Two winter storms formed a band of heavy snow that created treacherous travel conditions across the Midwest, resulting in one death in Missouri on Wednesday.

The storm’s impacts stretched from the central Plains, across the Great Lakes and into southern Ontario and Quebec.

Snowfall totals managed to get as high as 7 inches in 24 hours. Indiana saw the highest snowfall totals all above 6 inches, while Arnold, Nebraska, also reached 6.5 inches.

Winter weather advisories were in effect Wednesday morning from St. Louis to Detroit and Toledo, Ohio, as two storms were in the process of joining forces on Wednesday.


The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported on Twitter that they received 125 calls for service, 59 crashes, 24 stranded motorists, seven injured, and one fatality due to the winter weather on Wednesday

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