(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - This weekend is likely to be cold and white for the tri-state.
The National Weather Service is calling for the first significant snowfall of the season with one to three inches possible Saturday.
Less snowfall is predicted in southern portions of the Eagle 99.3 listening area such as Ohio and Switzerland counties. Heavier precipitation will likely occur in Franklin County and north.
Freezing temperatures Friday morning have caused black ice to appear on many stretches of road and a few bridges, drivers report.
One accident occurred on the State Road 262 bridge over Laughery Creek. Several drivers notified Eagle 99.3 of black ice there.
Other problem roads include Heusman Road, Thuermer Hollow Road, and State Road 350 near the intersection with U.S. 50 in Aurora.
The Ripley County Sheriff’s Office reports a number of slick roads and black ice in their jurisdiction.
The weather service is calling for a high temperature of 38 Friday.