Area meteorologists had forecast as much as 6” of snow would be dumped on Sequoyah County from Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
The county received a trace of the white stuff, and there was no evidence of it Wednesday morning.
Officials from Sequoyah County Emergency Management, preparing for the worst, had recommended extreme caution and staying home when possible until roads improved.
By Wednesday morning, travel was unrestricted, as if a snow calamity had never been predicted.
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