Published: Wed, March 15, 2017
Global | By Doris Richards

Pennsylvania residents urged to prepare for winter storm

Pennsylvania residents urged to prepare for winter storm

Winds with gusts of 30-40 miles per hour were expected to begin Tuesday afternoon and continue through Wednesday.

Wolf said an emergency declaration hasn't been issued but could be if the situation warrants one, and travel restrictions may also be put in place Monday evening into Tuesday if that is needed to minimize risky travel.

Just as the press briefing ended, officials said the baby had reached the hospital. He urged drivers to stay off the roads if possible.

According to NBC 10 News, about 20 inches of snow fell during the storm, and a snowplow helped the caravan reach their destination. Almost one foot of snow is expected for high-elevation areas in Fayette County.

A Winter Storm Warning has been issued by the National Weather Service.

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She said snow is expected to snarl morning commutes Tuesday morning.

PennDOT has announced it will temporarily reduce the speed limit on several highways due to a snowstorm expected to begin late Monday and last through Tuesday.

PennDOT says it plans to deploy more than 400 trucks to plow the state highways throughout the Philadelphia region.

"Our personnel are prepared for it, and we're prepared for it to be even worse than that in case the storm would shift", he said. She said the drivers were able to keep every interstate passable.

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