The promise of snow actually delivered. We got about 1/2 inch in our yard. We got Vinny dressed and went outside and played in the snow with him. Because, hey, this was going to be one of the few snows of the winter!
I left home at about 11, when I figured the roads would all be clear. And I had no problems over the mountain at all. When I called Jeff later that afternoon, he said that all the snow had melted by 1:00 pm. Once I got into Northern Kentucky, the roads were completely dry. As I drove North, the temperature kept going down, but since the roads were dry I didn't really care. My drive was completely uneventful, except for the fact that I had the radio cranked up and was singing at the top of my lungs in order to keep myself from getting drowsy.
I got to Urbana at about 6 local time, dropped off my stuff at my aunt and uncle's house, and went out to dinner with an old friend who still lives in Urbana. We went to this Chinese restaurant that I had really missed, where I ordered "Ants Climbing Trees." I'm not sure what's in it, but there are no trees or ants in this dish, just some combination of ingredients that tastes really good. I got a chance to catch up on what my friend is up to as well as some local gossip.
Now I'm back at my aunt and uncle's house, waiting for them to get home. I plan on sleeping in late in the morning, and then making my way to my sister's place sometime in the afternoon. She and I will talk tomorrow, to coordinate.