The first snowfall of 2017 covered the Mexico area overnight Wednesday and early Thursday morning. Approximately 2 inches fell by midmorning Thursday.

The snow caused little or no problems with motorists in Mexico. Brice Mesko, Mexico Public Safety said there were no accidents or slide offs due to the snow.

Mexico and area schools were also in session.

City road crews began working on streets at 11 p.m. Wednesday getting ready for motorists on Thursday morning.

At 11:30 Thursday morning, crews were still out work. "We probably have half of the Mexico residential area done and all the snow routes have been gone over," said Kevin Barker, street superintendent for the city. "We still have the airport to do and some other areas. We hope to be finished by 7 p.m. (Thursday). That is our goal," Barker said.

Frigid weather accompanied the snow and will stay around for a couple of days. According to the National Weather Service, will be cold and sunny with a high near 16. The low tonight will be around 5 above zero. Things begin to warm up on Saturday with a predicted high of near 27. It will be dry throughout the weekend.