Springfield Fire Department urges students to review emergency safety plans

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Springfield Fire Department urges students to review emergency safety plans

Kara Strickland reports.

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FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Wintry weather through the day

Icy condition will transition to rain

Police work several ice-related crashes in Springfield Wednesday

Police around Springfield are working several crashes because of slick roads Wednesday. A mixture of wintry weather hit the Springfield area around 8 a.m. It quickly turned roads to ice in the area. One crash tied up traffic at Sunshine and Kansas. The crash damaged two cars. Another car slid off the James River Freeway exit at State Highway FF. Police closed Republic Road over James River freeway around 10 a.m. for a multiple-vehicle crash. The KY3 First Alert Weather Team says we could see a mixture of more wintry weather throughout Wednesday.

Limited wintry weather threat today

Dry air over the Ozarks will slow the eastward progress of rain, sleet, and snow. Temperatures should be above freezing later this afternoon.

 

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