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A blanket of snow covered some areas of Charles County Wednesday morning.
Snow mixed with rain turned to all rain by Wednesday afternoon.
The wintery mix did not appear to be too hazardous for drivers, as Charles County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Diane Richardson said there were no weather-related incidents Tuesday night or Wednesday morning.
County Roads Chief Steve Staples wrote in an email that "The [Department of Public Works] Roads Division has not had to deploy snow plows or salt trucks yet this season. Luckily the snow has turned to rain and no impacts were felt.”
By Wednesday afternoon, SMECO spokesman Tom Dennison said there were some scattered outages around the county, but nothing substantial.
By Thursday the rain had cleared the area, though a wind advisory remained in effect until the afternoon.