A seven-month-old mule enjoys his first snow in Manchester, Indiana on Wednesday.
(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - Northern portions of the tri-state saw the worst of Wednesday’s snow storm.
The largest local snow accumulation was seen in Brookville where eight inches fell, according to the National Weather Service office in Wilmington, Ohio.
Sunman had five inches. Lawrenceburg and Harrison each got three. The Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport recorded 2.8 inches of snow Wednesday.
Those totals pale in comparison to central Indiana, where up to a foot of snow was reported. About 100 Indiana National Guard members were called out to assist with stranded motorists and other problems in Indianapolis, Evansville, Vincennes, Muncie, and Richmond.
Motorists report that most major roads in the area are clear and safe Thursday morning, however, Franklin County is still on a Level 2 Snow Emergency. Ripley County remains at a Level 1, according to the Indiana Department of Homeland Security.
There are a few lingering cancellations Thursday. Those can be found on Eagle 99.3’s Closings and Cancellations page.