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Winter storm behind us, slick spots ahead

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(FOX19) -

It was a very busy weather day around the Tri-State, and the snowfall pattern the FOX19 Weather Team has been forecasting the past few days finally came to fruition.

The snow & rain line was roughly along the I-71 corridor, and areas to the north and west received the heaviest snow totals. Moving southward and east of the I-71 corridor, it was mostly rain with a little slush either on the ground or on the way.

FOX19 Meteorologist Jeff Creighton says re-freezing will be a problem for drivers late Wednesday night and those headed into work on Thursday morning. Watch for slick spots, especially on bridges and overpasses.

By 6 p.m. Wednesday, most accumulations should have ended, and Thursday looks to be partly cloudy. The temperature will drop into the mid 20s overnight, with a quiet next couple of days.

All watches, warnings and advisories were cancelled by Wednesday night.

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