It was definitely a messy morning across the region. A rain/snow mixture poured down on the Tri-State for the majority of the morning. It was down right cold, too. Most of us started out in the low to mid 30s with wind chill values in the upper 20s.
For those communities below freezing, folks had to deal with slick roads and snow accumulations on grassy areas and elevated surfaces. The winter weather has exited our area for the remainder of the day, but patchy fog and drizzle will be possible. Even for those counties seeing mostly clouds, there is a good chance we won't make it in the 40s.
The Tri-State will stay in the clouds tonight, but that won't stop temperatures from dipping down into the mid 20s. However, improvements will come tomorrow! Clouds will gradually exit in the afternoon hours and highs should reach the low 40s.