We still have some leftover moisture moving through Jackson County and points southward at 1:00 PM, but most of it is rain. A "dry slot" is moving in, which is simply some drier air wrapping around the low. This is going to bring most of our precipitation to an end for now. We still need to watch the wrap-around moisture late today and tonight. The snow near the upper-level low in Oklahoma may move into some locations tonight, but I don't expect much more than 1-2" to fall at best. This thing may not be over yet, but it sure is sputtering at the moment.