Anne Arundel among areas hardest hit by latest snow storm

PASADENA, Md. - Anne Arundel was doing the most complaining today. 

Everywhere you looked snow was piling up from Pasadena to Annapolis. And while the snow stopped around 2 p.m., the damage was done. County Executive Laura Neuman said this is the 12th snow event for the county while seven days of school have already been lost.

The county, which got anywhere from 6 to 9 inches of snow Monday , is three days over the allotted snow days, which means the last day of school could be June 20. Even the kids are getting tired of these snow days.

“Even my son who is 9 is telling me it’s not that special to have a snow day anymore,” Neuman said.

Neuman said she traveled around the county today to check on the roads and pass information along.

“We’re on Twitter and we’ve made calls to home,” she said. “We’ve also made sure we’ve had constant information on Facebook and our website to make sure we are communicating with the citizens of the county.”

Anne Arundel County resident Pete Wood worked, but his kids were home, excited to be off but not thinking about the consequences.

“They look forward to days off and missing days of school, but they don’t realize they are going to have to make it up and it will cut into their summer vacation,” Wood said.

Kids in the county having school off may not stop with today. With temps in the 20's now and going into the teens tonight, they're still concerned about the school busses on the roads tomorrow morning.

Delays are still a possibility into Tuesday.

 

Kids in the county having school off may not stop with today. With temps in the 20's now and going into the teens tonight, they're still concerned about the school busses on the roads tomorrow morning.

 

Delays are still a possibility into Tuesday.

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