snow covered road between bare trees under cloudy sky during daytime
snow covered road between bare trees under cloudy sky during daytime
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The snow is no longer falling in Lake of the Ozarks, but now it’s on the ground.

“Most of the region, on average, saw about an inch. But there were some higher totals in a few spots, and lighter totals elsewhere.”

Meteorologist Ray Miller with the Weatherology weather center tells KRMS News Camdenton had an average of 2 inches of snow.

But on the west side of the Lake there were totals as low as a half inch of snow.

“Nothing really surprising about this, these numbers are about where we were expecting. A little surprised to see that 2 Inch number in Camdenton, didn’t really think we’d really have any readings that high, but that often happens with these types of systems. Sometimes you’ll see one to two spots that will get slightly higher the average totals, and that’s what we had here.”

Some of the roads in the Ozarks did remain snow covered in the early morning hours, but as the temperature rises Miller expects most of it to clear out.