Updated: Snow stays to the north as storm moves through area


blankThe snow line stayed to the north of Delaware on Monday, leaving only a coating on lawns and vehicles

The DEOS monitoring system from the University of Delaware reported no measurable snowfall.

The National Weather Service earlier expanded the territory of its Winter Weather Advisory to include New Castle County and Cecil County, MD.The latest map shows no expected accumulation.

Delaware Department of Transportation crews had been putting down brine in response to the possibility of snow and a wintry mix.

The most snow – one to two inches – is possible north and west of the I-95 corridor.

The amount of snow is dependent on the timing of the changeover to rain or freezing rain. Hazardous driving conditions are likely with any ice coming on top of the snow, the weather office cautioned.

I-95 is often the dividing line for rain and snow in the region, even in northern New Castle County.

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