How much snow did Johnson County get? Here are some early numbers

Johnson County received two to four inches of snow during a winter storm Wednesday, according to preliminary data from the National Weather Service. Still, officials warn that road conditions will spotty today and Friday as sub-zero wind chills are expected to keep the streets icy. Above, at the end of a snowy day Wednesday, Jack Golden shovels his driveway in Roeland Park. Photo credit Kyle Palmer.

After days of anticipating a severe winter storm, Johnson County and much of the rest of the Kansas City metro ended up receiving a fraction of the snowfall that was predicted.

Preliminary data shows that a total of two to four inches of snow fell across the entirety of the county Wednesday, said Jared Leighton, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service’s Kansas City field office.