Most areas of Ohio was greeted by snow Christmas morning. In south central Ohio, snowfall amounts varied between a couple of inches to less than one inch.
The National Weather Service had issued a Winter Weather Advisory Sunday evening over concerns of snow squalls causing limited visibility for motorists. A few snow squalls were intense enough, that thunder was reported in parts of Ross, Pike and Fayette counties.
The snow system moved through by early Monday morning, and mostly sunshine is forecast each day through Wednesday.