Delaware snow totals, as of 3 p.m. Wednesday

Betsy Gustafson snapped this scenic winter storm photo near Luther Towers in Dover.

DOVER — As of 3 p.m. Wednesday, northern New Castle County weather stations recorded the most snow in Delaware.

About 4.6 inches was recorded in Greenville, according to the Delaware Environmental Observing System.

About 3 inches had fallen in Smyrna and 2 inches in Dover.

The DEOS recordings:

Greenville — 4.6
Glasgow — 4.6
White Clay Creek — 4.2
Hockessin —4
Newark — 4
New Castle — 3.9
Prices Corner — 3.5
Claymont — 3.3
Port Penn — 3.1
Smyrna — 2.9
Blackbird — 2.2
West Dover —2
Dover — 2
Woodside — 1.4
Harrington —  1.4
Frederica  —0.4
Laurel —  0.4
Seaford — Trace
Bridgeville — Trace

The National Weather Service was predicting heavy snow at times Wednesday afternoon in the Dover area. Total daytime accumulations could exceed four inches, forecasters said,

Tonight, snow may continue, heavy at times, until about 3 a.m. New snow accumulation in Dover tonight may be 2-4 inches.

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