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The snow is over. There’s a small chance you’ll see a flurry or two, but that won’t add to the totals. Additional accumulation map from 3:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.:
For that reason our Winter Weather Advisory, set to expire at 9 a.m., has already been canceled.
Most of the sleet and snow fell between midnight and 2 a.m., thanks to a rather impressive Snow Blob that pushed through mostly west of I-65 as I was going to bed. Some of us got trace amounts, but radar indicated most people saw between 1/2″ and 1″ of sleet and snow. Those who don’t see anything may have had mostly sleet, which may not be visible just looking out the window.
We are below freezing, and will remain below freezing until at least 9 a.m. Most, if not all, roads should have at least some ice/sleet/snow, and it will be at least until mid-morning before it will melt. You should expect travel this morning to be hazardous.
The sun will make an appearance today as we clear out.
6a 27 . 9a 31 . Noon 35 . 3p 37 . 6p 31 . 9p 28 . Midnight 26
Next rainmaker comes Saturday. There’s a small chance of more winter weather Saturday night, but the likelihood of that seems small right now. It’s too far away to say for sure.
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