Less than 36 hours after parts of the area was hammered by severe storms and tornadoes, a light dusting of snow fell across southern IL bringing an official end to the Spring-like weather that has dominated the region. Temperatures in the 70s on Thursday gave way to the colder temps and snow after a powerful cold front drove through the area bringing those storms on the front end and snow on the back side.
Video opens up with heavy snow falling against the state signs of Kentucky and Illinois, then rest of package shot in Shawneetown, a small town on the Ohio River bordering Kentucky and Illinois.
Scenes 1-2: Clips of heavy snow falling against the Kentucky State Sign just outside Shawneetown on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River.
Scenes 3-4: Clips of snow falling against the Illinois State Sign on the outskirts of Shawneetown on the Illinois side of the Ohio River.
Scene 5: A kid in a hooded jacket looking very annoyed about the cold and snow as he walks toward a car.
Scene 6: People moving stuff to a gazebo in the falling snow.
Scene 7: Panning shot of a person in a black hooded jacket walking in the snow while others unload a car in the background.
Scene 8: Three bundled up women walking in the heavy falling snow.
Scene 9: POV driving shot of an oncoming truck in the falling snow.
Scene 10-11: POV driving shots outside Shawneetown of heavy snow falling against the trees.
Scene 12: POV driving shot of several vehicles driving in the falling snow.
Scene 13-14: Shots of a dusting of snow on the back windshields of cars.
Scene 15-18: Snow falling against a backdrop of early budding trees.
Scene 19: Snow falling on wildflowers.
Scene 20-22: Tight shots of a dusting of snow on wildflowers.