First Day of February Starts Off With Snowfall for Delmarva
WBOC NewsWatcher Stacy Kelley sent in this photo of a snow-covered street in Milford, Del, Friday, Feb. 1, 2013.
A WBOC NewsWatcher sent in this photo of drifting snow on Beaver Dam Branch Road in Laurel, Del., Friday, Feb. 1, 2013.
WBOC NewsWatcher Alexandria Bales sent in this photo of snow in Milford, Del., Friday, Feb. 1, 2013.
UNDATED- Friday morning's snowfall led to delays and closings for several Delmarva schools.
Some areas of Kent and Sussex counties in Delaware as well as Talbot and Queen Anne's counties in Maryland reportedly received up to 3 inches of snow. Some WBOC viewers in Dover, Del., reported receiving up to 5 inches of snow where they live. Friday's snow was enough to prompt Talbot and Queen Anne's to close public schools for the day.
The snow did not result in too many driving problems for drivers, as it largely stuck on grassy areas. However, officials did advise motorists take extra precautions when traveling on area roadways.
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