James Smith, of Sedalia, clears snow from sidewalks Tuesday morning in front of businesses on the northwest corner of Ohio Avenue and Fifth Street in downtown Sedalia, which received about a foot of snow overnight. Smith had started shoveling at 6 a.m. "As long as I keep moving, I'll be all right," he said.
Downtown business owners John Swords, front, and Gerald Schlomer clear the sidewalks around their businesses Tuesday morning on the southwest corner of Ohio Avenue and Third Street in downtown Sedalia.
City of Sedalia plow crews make their way back downtown along Third Street to work on Lamine Avenue on the courthouse square.
Downtown Sedalia is blanketed with more than 10 inches of new snow Tuesday morning after an overnight storm that downed tree limbs and power lines across Pettis County.
Heavy snow snapped limbs on a tree outside Canine Design at Seventh Street and Ohio Avenue.
Tedd Hendrix frees a line of cable from downed branches Tuesday morning as he works to tie it off so that it is elevated and out of the road.
Holli Naylor clears a path to her car on South Sneed Avenue moments before a power line behind her house pops and sparks and her kids in the house yell, "Mom, the powers out."
John and Tina Benton take a break Tuesday morning on West Seventh Street after removing tree limbs that had fallen on their cars and blocked the street.
Wes Anderson clears the driveway in front of his grandparent's house on South Park Avenue.