JOPLIN AREA — Weather models appear to show SE Missouri, Arkansas and portions of Oklahoma are going to be hit soon. However for Thursday in the region, MODOT SWMO states, “If you must travel in slick conditions, leave early. TAKE IT SLOW. We mean it… SLOW. Buckle up & adjust for your conditions. Check your route before you go.”
- 4:55 AM Side roads are slick. Light snow covers the ice in most areas less traveled. Parking lots, sidewalks are dangerous for falls. Main roads travel with caution.
- 4:07 PM Nothing has melted today as the area prepares for upcoming precipitation.
You can see cancellations anytime on our news tab at Four States Home Page. See the yellow banner at the top of any page. Our news tab home page is available by clicking here.
“Eagle Nation, classes are canceled for February 11th, 2021. The day will be made up on May 28th.” JOPLIN R8
MISSOURI – MoDOT
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. Call for information 888-275-6636
ARKANSAS – ARDoT APP
Call for information or download FREE APP below. Call 501-569-2374
KANSAS – KanDrive
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 – ODoT Portal
Oklahoma has their active map from ODOT. CLICK here to access it on a phone or desktop. Call for information 844-465-4997
MIDWEST ROADWAY CONDITIONS
- Arkansas 501-569-2374
- Louisiana 888-762-3511
- Mississippi 601-359-1993
- Missouri 888-275-6636
- Oklahoma 844-465-4997
- Tennessee 877-244-0065
- Texas 800-452-9292
CURRENT WEATHER 17° (WIND🥶 3°)
(JOPLIN REGION) Wind Chill Advisory has been issued from Midnight through 10am Friday. .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Friday through Wednesday. Bitterly cold temperatures are expected from Friday into next week with wind chill values frequently below zero. The coldest period will likely be Saturday night through Monday night with low temperatures in the single digits above and below zero. Light snow or flurries are possible late Friday night into early Saturday. National Weather Service Springfield.