A little morning snow doesn't accumulate much trouble for drivers

Tim Jimenez
December 11, 2019 - 7:35 am
Snow sticks to the grass and bushes, but the roads are clear by the five points intersection in Montgomeryville, Pa.

Tim Jimenez/KYW Newsradio


UPDATED: 9:04 a.m.

DOYLESTOWN,. Pa. (KYW Newsradio) — There was some snowfall Wednesday morning as many people in the Philadelphia region headed to work or school. The morning's storm was more of a pest than a real snowmaker. 

In places like Montgomeryville, Horsham, Warrington and Doylestown, there was not much accumulation overnight into the rush — something between a coating and an inch.

The grass and trees were painted white, the snow sticking to parked cars, grass, the bushes, the tree limbs, but not so much to the pavement. 

Some spots like Main Street in Doylestown looked like a scene from a Hallmark Channel Christmas movie.

But the snow was mainly decoration, as the roads stayed wet and not icy for the most part. Road crews were out to salt any slick spots. But the warmer temperatures in recent days helped so the snow wouldn’t stick.

The commute was only mostly problem free. There were some accidents throughout the region, though it's not clear how much the weather played a role.