Roads were pretty clear most of Thursday evening in Harford County. People dealt with slush and slick spots on sidewalks and parking lots, the saving grace being that temperatures were above freezing.
Trucks could be seen plowing The North Harford High School lots. Secondary roads were mainly clear but some slush accumulated and lesser traveled intersections.
There were some broken down vehicles along roadways, but no major accidents were reported.
Those out and about Thursday said it was worse during the day and they hoped the temperature would stay above freezing.
It was cold, wet. a lot of people sliding off, slamming on their brakes, getting too close to my tailed you just have to worry about other people," said Paul Vacek.
"It was lot of snow for November. It’s icy. They were calling for it but I didn’t think it was going to come the roads were bad earlier, but everything is starting to melt a little bit now," Ron Stine told WMAR-2 News.