A couple of waves of precipitation will affect the Ozarks today and tomorrow.
The image shows the radar and freezing temperature line at 11 am. Precipitation started as an interesting form of sleet with a snowflake shape in some areas of the Ozarks. All precipitation has been extremely light so far.
The short-range computer model for this afternoon and tonight is shown in a loop below. Most of the Ozarks will be in light rain. This moves out by early evening. Note that a new area of precipitation breaks out at the end of the loop which is around 3 am.
This second round of precipitation on Monday may lay down measurable snow in the Ozarks. Shown below is the p-type for mid-afternoon Monday. It looks like a band of 1-3″ of snow will be possible from Springfield north and northwest by late Monday afternoon.