Thursday's snow contributed to dozens of minor traffic accidents on Tri-State area roads, police and emergency services spokespersons said. Officials in Berkeley County, W.Va., reported nearly 60 accidents between 2 p.m. and late Thursday.
Most of those in Berkeley County and in Franklin County, Pa., occurred on Interstate 81, officials said.
An emergency services spokesman in Chambersburg, Pa., said more than 20 accidents were reported in Franklin County since mid-afternoon.
State Police in McConnellsburg, Pa., responded to only one storm-related call, a trooper said.
Schools in Morgan, Jefferson and Berkeley counties of West Virginia were closed Thursday and will be closed today.
"Nothing major," an emergency services spokesman in Charles Town in Jefferson County, W.Va., said. He said the agency received numerous accident reports, but he didn't know an exact number.
A spokesman at PennDOT's Franklin County headquarters in Chambersburg said all the department's crews were out plowing and sanding Thursday evening to clear the roads.