The Memphis office of the National Weather Service has released its totals for the snow that fell over the Mid-South Wednesday.
Here in Midtown at the WMC TV studios, we picked up about three and a half inches of snow. According the the reports gathered by the National Weather Service, the heaviest snow fell over much of northwestern Mississippi and eastern Arkansas south of I-40.
It looks like the worst of winter may be over.
Long term forecast models are indicating a change in the pattern that's been in place since December. This will allow for a return to milder temperatures across the area. This doesn't mean that winter is over, but we'll likely not have to deal with successive days excessive cold and storm systems bringing the threat for snow every four to six days.
One thing to keep in mind is that our highest snowfalls on record occurred during the month of March. In the meantime, we'll keep tracking the weather and waiting for spring.