The latest regional snowfall models from the National Weather Service. Stay tuned to MilfordLIVE.com for the latest, local updates.
Milford School District
All schools in the Milford School District will be closed on Monday, March 17 due to inclement weather. Stayed tuned to Milford LIVE.com for all your local updates.
City of Milford
City offices are closed today, March 17th, due to inclement weather.
Bayhealth Medical Facility
Bayhealth announces the following outpatient services will be closed on Monday, March 17.
– Off-Site Outpatient Diagnostic Imaging and Laboratory locations (Middletown Medical Center, Outpatient Centers in Dover, Eden Hill, Smyrna, Milton, Harrington, Milford, and the Women’s Centers in Dover and Milford)
– Outpatient Cardiac Diagnostics
– Outpatient Rehabilitation – Physical, Occupational and Speech
– Bayhealth Medical Group physician offices
– Lifestyles in Milford
– The Cancer Centers
– The Wound Care Center at Kent General
– Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab
– Bayhealth Cardiovascular Surgical Associates
– Diabetes Wellness Center
– Bayhealth Neurosurgical Associates
Bayhealth’s Emergency Departments, Labor & Delivery, and Operating Rooms remain fully staff and ready to provide patient care for any trauma or other emergencies.
Governor’s Statement on Weather Conditions
State of Delaware Offices in Kent, Sussex Counties Closed, Offices in New Castle County will open at10 a.m.
State of Delaware offices in Kent and Sussex counties are closed during regular business hours 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Non-essential employees who live or work in Kent or Sussex County are not to report to work for this period. Essential employees are to report as scheduled.
State of Delaware offices in New Castle County will open at 10 a.m. Non-essential employees who live or work in New Castle County do not report until 10 a.m. Essential employees are to report as scheduled.
The Governor’s Office released this statement from Governor Markell on weather conditions:
“Heavy snow continues to fall throughout the state and is expected to reduce to flurries later this morning. Significant snowfall totals are expected in Kent and Sussex counties ranging from five to nine inches,” said Governor Markell. “DelDOT crews are actively working to clear primary roads and will continue to do so. We strongly encourage drivers who do not need to travel to delay or refrain from going on the roads to give DelDOT plows time and ability to work.”
“Expected snowfall totals are not as significant in New Castle County, but we still encourage those traveling in the northern part of the state to use caution and allow extra time to reach their destination today,” Markell said.