GRAFTON, Mass.-- The National Weather Service had predicted Wednesday's snow storm to be "hazardous" but Thursday it looked more like slop.
Grafton plowed about three inches of heavy wet snow. The storm started around 7 p.m. Wednesday as snow but by 3 a.m. it was all rain.
Thursday morning, many snow shovelers around town were spotted wearing raincoats instead of winter coats.
By 9 a.m. the roads were clean and traffic was normal as temperatures hit 37 degrees. The Grafton Department of Public Works sanded the roads Wednesday prior night and, since school is on a holiday break, many people stayed off the roads.
Meanwhile, the Grafton Police reported only three minor accidents with no injuries between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m.
But more bad weather may be ahead. The National Weather Service has lifted the hazardous weather forecast for the area but is reinstating it Saturday night into Sunday morning because it predicts "a plowable snow" is possible.