The Crossroads area dodged a bullet.
But ammunition still remains when it comes to wintry weather for the rest of the weekend.
The National Weather Service has predicted an 80 percent chance of occasional freezing rain and sleet for Saturday night. Saturday night's low was to be around 30 with a .10 of an inch of ice possible.
"The ice potential for us is more on Saturday than Friday," said City of Corinth Street Commissioner Philip Verdung. "Everything is ready to go should we need it."
The lone problem for Corinth on Friday was a tree fell on the outskirts of the city. No ice appeared on streets, according to the street commissioner.
In Alcorn County, there was some low-line flooding, according to emergency management director Ricky Gibens.
"We pretty much escaped and hopefully, it stays that way," said Gibens. "I think most of what they are predicting is going to be rain on Saturday night into Sunday."
The National Weather Service is calling for an 80 percent chance of rain Sunday night followed by a 50 percent of snow on Monday.
The forecast put a temporary hold on the Corinth Christmas Parade, but it was held Saturday night as planned.