You heard right… MORE snow on way. When Delaware schools close check here

It’s like a scene from the 1993 comedy Groundhog Day, but forecasters really are predicting yet another messy wintry mix to hit the area.

Delaware schools districts are getting ready for another round of delays and closings to the state run website. 

DelDOT says preparations are already underway.

Ahead of the anticipated freezing rain/snow, crews in New Castle and Kent Counties pre-treated roads Monday with a salt brine solution.

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And throughout the day, Tuesday, into Wednesday, DelDOT says its crews will continue to monitor the forecasts and road conditions

DelDot has state wide traffic cameras if you want to click on the route you might travel. 

Sussex County is not forecast to receive any snow or ice, but DelDOT says supervisors will be ready to respond should conditions change.

Delmarva Power is also preparing for this latest round of winter weather, and urging customers to be safe if they encounter downed power lines snapped by the weight of ice.

The utility warns there is the possibility of service interruptions.

Customers are asked to call Delmarva Power to report an outage, gas emergency or downed or damaged power lines.

The number to call in New Castle County, 1-800-898-8042; Kent and Sussex Counties, 1-800-898-8045.

Here’s what the National Weather Service is saying.

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