We woke up to some beautiful, but quite messy conditions this morning across the Tri-State. For those who headed out into the snow, it was a bit testy on the roads. Most of the main roads are clear and should continue to improve through the afternoon. As for the amount of snowfall here in the River City - the weather spotter at Evansville Regional Airport measured 1.5". There have been several other reports of 2" across the city as well. However, most of our communities received between 1"- 3" of accumulation, which is right around what we were expecting. As a whole, our southern counties picked up the most snowfall.
The National Weather Service canceled the Winter Weather Advisory and Winter Storm Warning early for the majority of the Tri-State. Dubois, Perry, Hancock, and Ohio Counties still remain under a Winter Weather Advisory. I wouldn't be surprised if that is canceled early, too.
Moving forward, conditions are beginning to dry out. Expect high temperatures to reach the mid to upper 20s this afternoon under mostly cloudy skies. However, northerly winds and clear conditions will pair for yet another bitterly cold night to follow - overnight low temperatures will dip to 6° heading into Friday. It may be a cold, but the sunshine will be with us all day tomorrow. Highs will top out in the low to mid 20s. Get ready for some more seasonable conditions next week, we're talking 50s.