Delaware snow totals

DOVER — The National Weather Service says the worst of the snow storm may be coming this morning between 7 a.m. and noon.

At this time, Sussex County has been hit the hardest.

Snow measurements, as of 8 a.m, according to the Delaware Environmental Observing System:

Stockley: 6.5 inches

Dagsboro: 5.8 inches

Bethany Beach: 4.7 inches

Lewes: 4.4 inches

Rehoboth Beach: 3.9 inches

Laurel: 3.6 inches

Frederica: 2.1 inches

Harrington 2 inches

Seaford: 2 inches

West Dover: 1.8 inches

Woodside: 1.7 inches

Smyrna: 1.6 inches

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