The National Weather Service said about an inch of snow fell Sunday morning in Springfield.

And Monday could feel like déjà vu.

Doug Cramer, meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said Springfield residents could wake up to another inch of snow Monday morning as a second system moves into the area.

The roads throughout Springfield were covered with snow at about 7 a.m. Sunday, and several accidents were reported on OzarksTraffic.com.

Cramer advised drivers to be cautious if they get out and about in the snow.

“Give yourself a little bit of extra time getting to your destinations,” Cramer said. “Definitely keep a lot of distance between you and the vehicles ahead of you.”

After more snow falls Monday morning, Cramer said the next weather-related safety threat comes Monday night when temperatures start to plummet. 

Cramer said an arctic front is expected to bring temperatures down close to zero.

The wind chill on Tuesday morning, Cramer said, could be as low as minus 20 degrees.

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