A potent upper level storm system pushed through the lower Missouri River Valley on December 6, 2007.  While this storm system was rather quick moving, it packed quite a punch.  Many locations experienced their first one inch or more of snowfall for the season.  The most snowfall was reported in areas from Kirksville to Unionville and Lancaster, where upwards of 4 inches were reported.  Further to the south and west, snowfall amounts were generally less, with locations from St. Josesph to Maryville, Bethany and Chillicothe reporting totals between 2 and 3 inches.  In areas along the Interstate 70 corridor, precipitation amounts were generally between 1 and 2 inches. 

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