...February 5th-6th Winter Storm Summary...

A couple of upper level disturbances combined with Pacific and Gulf moisture to produce 2 rounds of snow over the Missouri Ozarks and southeast Kansas. The first wave of snow began late on the 5th of February and continued through much of the overnight hours. This wave of snow generally brought 1 to 2 inches of snow with isolated 3 inch amounts.

The second and stronger of the two waves started bringing snow into the area by sunrise on the 6th, and continued through around mid evening. The combination of the two upper level waves brought total snow accumuluations of 4 to 6 inches across extreme southern Missouri. Below is a map of the snowfall amounts, and a link to specific county amounts.

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