55 Crashes say Missouri State Highway Patrol, 7 Local Rollover Crashes; Maps and Apps for all Four States

Joplin News First

Watch bridges and overpasses as they ice first Troop D reminds everyone.

JOPLIN AREA — Road conditions are poor. Visibility is low. You definitely should not drive the normal speeds today. You’ll find it hard to see the lines on some roadways.

  • 32° snow 6:02 AM
  • 28° light snow 7:16 AM
  • 30° cloudy 10:20 AM

We currently have 55 reported crashes our Troopers are working, or are trying to get to. The roads are slick and the overpasses are frozen. SLOW DOWN!! Driving the speed limit is not appropriate today. A crash will ruin your day and possibly someone else’s too. #BUPD #mowx

MSHP TROOP D • 9:30 AM
West 7th nearing State Line. Driving 30 MPH. Driving in snow with a dashcam makes it appear faster.
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: 
Accumulating Snow This Morning...

This Hazardous Weather Outlook 
is for portions of the Missouri
Ozarks and extreme southeast 
Kansas. Weather hazards expected
...Elevated snow risk.

DISCUSSION... A quick moving 
low pressure system will 
continue to produce snow across 
the area this morning. Snow 
accumulations will range from 
around a half inch along the 
Missouri/Kansas border to 
around 2 inches along the 
Highway 63 corridor. Road 
temperatures will generally 
be below freezing, allowing 
for accumulations and
slippery conditions, 
especially on untreated 
roads.
  • ALL THE FOLLOWING ARE NO INJURY ROLLOVERS
  • Carterville, 171 westbound
  • Sarcoxie, 4695 Gum Rd
  • Newton County, I-49 30 MM
  • Carl Junction, Fir Rd & Joplin St
  • McDonald County, Hwy 76 & State Route E
  • Newton County, Carver Rd & V
  • McDonald County, I-49 18 MM

You can use the MoDOT Travelers App and view cameras on your own. See upcoming detours or planned closures. For up to the minute information you can download the MoDOT Travelers App for FREE below according to your device.

KanDrive is the website of the Kansas Department of Transportation. CLICK HERE to access the KanDrive Portal. You can see roadside cameras, road conditions, crashes, slow downs.

Oklahoma has their active map from ODOT. It’s called the ODOT PORTAL. It is not an app but a useable map for your computer or phone.  CLICK here to access it on a phone or desktop.

You can use the ArDOT IDRIVE App and view cameras on your own. See upcoming detours or planned closures. For up to the minute information you can download the ArDOT IDRIVE App for FREE below according to your device.

MIDWEST ROADWAY COND.

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