The National Weather Service issued an advisory statement late Thursday warning citizens of the weather created unsafe travel conditions, especially for high profile vehicles.
However, both weather experts said there shouldn't be long-term effects for most residents. Not past the winter season, according to Hillaker.
"There will be issues for quite some time until we thaw some of the soil," Hillaker said. "We're going to have problems with things not being able to drain well for several weeks."
Once the ground melts, he added, Clinton can return to weather as usual in the region.