Snow possible for Delaware Wednesday

DOVER — Delaware could see some snow Wednesday morning, possibly making commutes a little more difficult.

According to the National Weather Service, there is more than a 75 percent chance of some white stuff between 6 and 8 a.m., although snow could continue until around 1 p.m. The state is expected to receive about .3 inches in total.

Delaware is likely to see rain Tuesday afternoon and night into early Wednesday, with temperatures are set to drop from the low 60s today to the 30s by tomorrow. They are projected to climb back into 40s Friday and the 50s Saturday.

This would mark the first snow of the year for Kent County.

Staff writer Matt Bittle can be reached at 741-8250 or mbittle@newszap.com. Follow @MatthewCBittle on Twitter.

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