My CTY colleague Ryan Fox has reported that in his area of Georgia they closed the schools early yesterday in anticipation of a couple of inches of snow. He said that there was an immediate shortage of bread, eggs, and kerosene in the local stores. Georgia's Snow Response Plan is, apparently (and, logically, since it is such a rare occurrence there), "Go home and wait for it to melt."
Further up the coast in Virginia, where Sammi lives and teaches, there was a two-hour delay in the school openings because they had a couple of inches of snow on the ground. Her area, where they are used to torrential rain and road flooding, seems to have a similar Snow Response Plan as Georgia, "Stay home until it melts." I suppose if they got a really heavy snowstorm, they'd be ready when it melted and flooded the roads.
Meanwhile, here on Long Island, we had maybe an inch of snow on the ground this morning. Nobody seemed to much care and there weren't any problems... unless you count the school bus that stops on the corner near our house being two minutes late.