HAGERSTOWN — Despite forecasts of up to three inches of snow overnight, Hagerstown saw almost none of the white stuff.
Weather observer Greg Keefer's web site, i4weather.net, reported no measurable precipitation in Hagerstown on Thursday night or Friday morning.
Flurries could be seen in the city at around 6 a.m., however, and there was a dusting of snow on some untreated surfaces.
To the north, the National Weather Service reported no measurable snowfall in Franklin and Fulton counties in Pennsylvania.
A Washington County Emergency Services dispatcher reported no weather-related accidents as of 6:25 a.m. Friday.
A fast-moving winter storm had been expected to move through portions of the Tri-State area before midnight Thursday, National Weather Service forecasters said.
With temperatures expected to be below freezing Friday morning, motorists were advised to ease up on the gas, said Calvin Meadows, a meteorologist with the weather service in Sterling, Va.
The temperature in Hagerstown at 8:25 a.m. Friday was 25.9 degrees, according to Keefer's web site.