The Quad Cities and hometowns to the northwest got cheated out of a decent accumulating snow Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
It took longer for the rain to transition over to snow and once it started snowing, the precipitation shield was already heading out of the metro area.
Officially, 0.2" of snow fell at the airport in Moline. That brings us up to 62.4" for the winter of 2013-2014.
Look at how close the cut-off line was at 3:45 a.m. Wednesday.
Snowfall amounts to the south and east of the Quad Cities were in the 1-3" range. Chicagoland snow totals are around 2-7".
Flurries are possible today and tonight, but no accumulation is expected.
Highs in the 40s return tomorrow and we'll be in the 50s Friday!
CBS4 Meteorologist Anthony Peoples