NECN reporters across New England say the snow from a morning storm isn't accumulating and that traffic is smooth sailing.
The storm was expected to drop as many as 2-3 inches of snow on some parts of New England, just in time for the Friday morning commute.
The snow began falling late Thursday in some areas, making some roads a bit slippery, however, our reporters say that traffic is just fine.
Marnie MacLean says that the snow is tapering off in Cumberland, Maine and that speeds on the turnpike have not been reduced. Crews have been salting the roads throughout the morning.
John Moroney, who joined us live from the Massachusetts Turnpike and then Route 128, said that the roads are just wet, but people are moving at a slower pace to be careful.
According to NECN affiliate NBC Connecticut, "Snow has tapered off, but there are some slick patches and there have been several crashes this morning, including a mutlicar crash on Route 8 South in Naugatuck. That scene has since cleared."