The ice storm that hit the St. Louis and KC area Friday made its way to the Hannibal area in the wee hours Saturday morning. A large band of precipitation moved across Missouri from the West overnight.  Round one  tapered off in northeast Missouri by mid-morning, leaving a glaze of ice.  Roadways were mostly ice covered early in the morning.

The MoDOT Traveler Information Map http://www.modot.org/northeast/newsandinformation/District3News.shtml shows major roads in northeast Missouri improving by late morning, to partly ice covered.  Untreated surfaces including driveways, parking lots, and sidewalks will pose significant hazards.

A second round is expected to hit late Saturday and continue into Sunday. The National Weather Service has issued an Ice Storm Warning until Sunday at 6 p.m.

Freezing rain is expected to become all rain on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday, as the high hits 49.