Sunday's snow in Sunman, Indiana.
submitted by Rebecca Stephens
(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - Some areas like Brookville in Franklin County got close to four inches of snow Sunday and overnight into Monday.
Others like Aurora and Florence only saw trace amounts. The winter storm that was expected to dump up to eight inches on the tri-state largely fizzled out thanks to above-freezing temperatures.
Only about 1 inch of snow accumulation was recorded at CVG, according to the National Weather Service.
A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for some local counties through 2:00 p.m. Monday. Meteorologists say some areas could receive another two to three inches of snowfall before Monday evening.
Franklin County is under a Level 2, or Orange, Snow Emergency meaning travel only if necessary. Ripley County issued a Level 1, or Yellow, Snow Emergency Monday morning citing slick roads. For much of the rest of the tri-state, roads were wet but there were very limited reports of ice.
Two school districts in our listening area are altering their schedules. Three Rivers Local Schools have opted to close for the day. Southwest Local Schools are on a two hour delay with no AM kindergarten.
Although Lawrenceburg Community Schools remain on Spring break this week, Saint Lawrence School in Lawrenceburg is not. That school elected to issue a two hour delay Monday.