Union County ended up with mostly a light dusting as snow moved out of the area about 8 p.m. Tuesday after falling for nearly six hours. Much melted immediately if not on elevated areas.
Law enforcement and highway officials were reporting no problems with roads or bridges other than it being wet.
With dropping temps, however, the National Weather Service was warning against flash freezing on bridges and elevated areas overnight, along with a few isolated icy spots being possible. The temperature was expected to drop into the mid- to low 20s overnight. Wednesday is predicted to be clear but the temperature will struggle to reach the high 40s.
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