Storm's timing could make for tricky commute

(Western Mass News photo)

Snow continues to fall and although some schools have chalked today up as a loss, plenty of people still have places to go.

As of approximately 6 a.m., many of the area roadways were covered in a few inches of snow.

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Crews have begun heading out to treat and plow, where needed.

A few accidents have been reported since the snow began, but none of them have been major.

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If you're heading out, remember take it slow, give the cars in front of you some space, and turn your lights on.

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