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Governor Carney Terminates State of Emergency and Level 1 Driving Warning Effective at Midnight

Delaware Emergency Management Agency | Department of Human Resources | Department of Transportation | Governor John Carney | Kent County | New Castle County | News | Office of the Governor | Sussex County | Weather | Date Posted: Wednesday, March 21, 2018


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Drivers should continue to exercise caution on Delaware roadways

DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney has terminated the statewide State of Emergency, and the Level 1 Driving Warning in effect for Kent and New Castle counties, effective at midnight.

Governor Carney issued the State of Emergency at midnight on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, authorizing the Delaware National Guard to assist state and local authorities with winter storm recovery and response efforts.

The Level 1 Driving Warning has been effect since 2:45 p.m in Kent and New Castle counties.

“Drivers should continue to exercise caution as DelDOT continues to clear roadways,” said Governor Carney. “Thank you to our DelDOT crews, the Delaware National Guard, and all state and local officials for their response efforts throughout this storm.”

State of Delaware offices in Kent and New Castle counties will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday.

Motorists may monitor real-time conditions, snow plow activity, and traffic cameras by using DelDOT’s Smartphone application. The DelDOT App is available for Apple and Android smartphones and tablets, and can be downloaded free. Motorists can also listen to WTMC 1380 AM for updates on road conditions.

Visit de.gov/weather for weather-related information, including school closing notifications and real-time traffic reports.

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Governor Carney Terminates State of Emergency and Level 1 Driving Warning Effective at Midnight

Delaware Emergency Management Agency | Department of Human Resources | Department of Transportation | Governor John Carney | Kent County | New Castle County | News | Office of the Governor | Sussex County | Weather | Date Posted: Wednesday, March 21, 2018


Governor's Seal

Drivers should continue to exercise caution on Delaware roadways

DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney has terminated the statewide State of Emergency, and the Level 1 Driving Warning in effect for Kent and New Castle counties, effective at midnight.

Governor Carney issued the State of Emergency at midnight on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, authorizing the Delaware National Guard to assist state and local authorities with winter storm recovery and response efforts.

The Level 1 Driving Warning has been effect since 2:45 p.m in Kent and New Castle counties.

“Drivers should continue to exercise caution as DelDOT continues to clear roadways,” said Governor Carney. “Thank you to our DelDOT crews, the Delaware National Guard, and all state and local officials for their response efforts throughout this storm.”

State of Delaware offices in Kent and New Castle counties will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday.

Motorists may monitor real-time conditions, snow plow activity, and traffic cameras by using DelDOT’s Smartphone application. The DelDOT App is available for Apple and Android smartphones and tablets, and can be downloaded free. Motorists can also listen to WTMC 1380 AM for updates on road conditions.

Visit de.gov/weather for weather-related information, including school closing notifications and real-time traffic reports.

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