While Middle Georgia braced for the worst, the best scenario developed instead.
The snow was a no-show but some ice has been reported on Jasper County roads and on Ga. 49 in Jones County where ice has been reported on the Commissioner Creek Bridge and on railroad overpasses. Ice patches on Ga. 22 on the Eatonton Highway have been sanded and are are passable. Problems have also been resolved in Jasper County but the sheriff's office is cautioning people to be careful in low-lying areas.
The Monroe County Sheriff's Office reports crews have also sanded the icy spots on local roadways.
Overnight temperatures stayed well above freezing as precipitation moved through about midnight only dropping 0.01 of an inch of rain at the Middle Georgia Regional Airport.
Macon police officers reported roads were slightly wet but there were no icy spots reported, according to dispatchers at the 911 center.
Public Works crews have been on alert all night but there were no requests for sand.
Ice was reported in the early morning hours on bridges in Lamar County.
Robins Air Force Base did not report any precipitation overnight and roads are clear in Houston County.
"We barely got dampness," said Sgt. Jim Adams of the Houston 911 Center. "I walked outside and it's like a heavy dew."
Bibb, Baldwin and Putnam counties also reported roads are clear.
The Jasper County Sheriff's Office reported some icy patches but the Georgia Department of Transportation had sand trucks out.
The Georgia State Patrol said Middle Georgia roads are clear but ice is a problem in Carroll, Douglas and parts of Coweta counties. Numerous accidents have been reported as of 8 a.m. in those counties.