The region continues to recover from the deepest December snowfall on recover.

Here's a know-before-you-go update, including online resources.

Traffic: Wary drivers are going slow this morning, because many roads are icy or still covered with slick packed snow. As of about 7:30 a.m., only a few accidents, however, were being reported on Traffic.com.

For latest hazards and jams, go to Traffic.com's Philadelphia page at http://go.philly.com/traffic.

To see real-time webcams of roads in Southeastern Pennsylvania, go to www.dot.state.pa.us/penndot/districts/district6.nsf/cam_map2?Openpage. For views of major New Jersey roads, go to www.state.nj.us/transportation/traffic/cameras/index.shtml.

Transit: Delays can be expected, but SEPTA (wwww.septa.org) is reporting almost all service is back to normal. One alert: "Route 15 trolleys are operating as buses."

PATCO (www.ridepatco.org) reports trains running on or close to schedule.

N.J. Transit (www.njtransit.org) has no bus alerts and reports that the Camden-to Trenton River Line and the Atlantic City-Cherry Hill-Philadelphia trains are running on time.

Schools: Philadelphia schools are open today, and so are almost all schools in the Pennsylvania suburbs.

More than a dozen South Jersey districts, though, are closed, including Washington Township, Gloucester Township, Medford, Winslow Township, Clementon, Lawnside, Vineland and Bridgeton. Many others are opening late.

In general, don't know a school or district's number? NBC10's and 6ABC's listings are ordered by name. Go to: www.nbcphiladelphia.com and www.6abc.com. Do know the number? Go to www.kyw.com or www.kyw1060.com.

Airport: Only a couple of flights are listed as canceled this morning, though others are reporting delays. Before heading to the airport, check flight information with the airline or at www.phl.org.

Trash and recycling: Yesterday, collections were postponed, pushing the schedule back one day for several more days, with Friday's collections made on Saturday because of Christmas.

Weather: Some melting and roadway clearing could take place today, thanks to morning sun and afternoon highs in the upper 30s. But lows will fall into the teens tonight, with a high around freezing tomorrow, followed by another night with sub-20 temperatures. Rain could arrive Friday, along with highs around 40.

Contact staff writer Peter Mucha at 215-854-4342 or pmucha@phillynews.com.