Police departments in the area reported many crashes after snowfall began and roads became slick Tuesday evening, but said none were major.
There were no significant injuries or road closings, police from across the county said Tuesday night after the majority of the predicted snow had fallen.
The area was expected to see between 2 to 5 inches of snow by this morning, with most of it coming by 8 p.m. Tuesday, according to National Weather Service meteorologist John LaCort.
Today, there may be scattered snow showers, but roads could be slippery in some areas, LaCort said.
Winds are expected to pick up today and stay "pretty gusty" through Thursday, and the blowing will result in a lot of drifting snow, said Carl Erickson, senior meteorologist at Accuweather.com.
"There might be a fresh coating [today], but at most it'll be about an inch," Erickson said.