Cynthiana's first major winter storm of the year occurred Monday night and dumped four inches of snow and about one-quarter of an inch of ice, according to the National Weather Service in Louisville. School maintenance technician Doug McCarty cleared snow and ice from Harrison County High School's parking lot Tuesday morning for classes to resume on Wednesday. However, another burst of snow and ice kept students home another day. Students had one day of classes since cancelling last Wednesday due to an outbreak of flu. School was out the balance of last week for the flu as well as the tornado, which left many residents without electric. Motorists used caution traveling on Cynthiana's roads. According to Cynthiana police dispatch, only two minor traffic mishaps occurred in all of the county during the worst of the snow Tuesday morning.