Overnight storm causes cancellations, delays

Most schools have 2-hour delay Thursday a.m.

Meteorologists in the Bay State are shrugging their shoulders and pointing the finger at computer models this morning.  The Tuesday predictions that canceled most Wednesday classes turned out quite a different way. Most Cape schools canceled classes before a single flake flew, leaving students home in the rain yesterday.

The snow did start during the afternoon on the Upper Cape and created a messy situation around  quitting time on Mid Cape Cod.  Snow continued over the evening and accumulations, less that originally projected, differ by town.

Most Cape schools including Upper Cape Tech, Bourne, Sandwich, Harwich, Falmouth, Cape Cod Regional Tech, Dennis-Yarmouth and Martha's Vineyard announced 2 hour delays this morning.

The Steamship Authority has announced Nantucket morning trip cancellations including the following:

The M/V Eagle's 6:30 a.m. trip was canceled and the Eagle remains berthed at Nantucket.  The M/V Gay Head's 8:45 a.m. trip was also canceled. The Gay Head is an SSA freight ferry.

We will update this page as information becomes available.

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