by Melissa Le Fevre and George Flickinger

A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for portions of our area through Sunday evening.

We started out Sunday morning with a wintry mess of snow, sleet and freezing rain.

All week our ABC 13 Weather Team has been discussing that the crux of the forecast was the warmer air and how far north it could advance.

Locally, this has cut down on our snowfall totals, but lower totals don’t mean less regional impacts.

More of a mix can actually lead to more travel issues and slick roads. Power outages are also possible.

Roads are starting out slippery and will remain so during the day. Temperatures hover near the freezing mark on Sunday.

Travel is discouraged. Please stay at home so the road crews can have plenty of room to work.

The bulk of our wintry precipitation will fall during the morning. Scattered snow showers are possible this afternoon, but accumulations will be light.

Sunday night, temperatures fall back into the 20s and we will be dealing with refreezing overnight.

Things start to quiet down in the weather department later Monday.