Harford County is largely back in the swing of things Wednesday after this week's two-part snowstorm.

After having two days off from school, area children will again have a little time off Wednesday, as Harford County Public Schools announced it would open two hours late.

Morning pre-kindergarten and preschool was also canceled.

Harford County government is fully open, emergency operations spokesman Bob Thomas said.

All county roads are open, although some may be slippery with the below-freezing temperatures, he noted.

Other local institutions, including Harford Community College and Harford County Public Library, posted no delays Wednesday.

There was one storm related vehicle accident that turned deadly.

A Baltimore woman was struck and killed Tuesday night after exiting her car on Route 40 near Joppa Road, according to Maryland State Police, who said the victim was involved in a fender bender around a 9:30 p.m. She was out of her car and on the shoulder when a third vehicle skidded and hit her, police said.

No other serious accidents were reported in Harford during Tuesday's storm.

Carrie Wells of The Baltimore Sun contributed to this story.