- Associated Press - Wednesday, February 12, 2014

DOVER, Del. (AP) - As the state waited for a predicted snowstorm, the Delaware National Guard says it is ready to provide support.

Most of the state is under a winter storm warning into Thursday. The National Weather Service said Wednesday afternoon that several inches of snow could fall, possibly mixing with sleet or rain.

The Nation Guard says 120 soldiers and airmen, most of them vehicle operators, are available to help transport police and first responders, and help stranded motorists.

Command staff in operating armories are standing by to support emergency operations centers.

At the Air National Guard Base in New Castle, teams are clearing taxiways and ramps.

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