Pennsylvanians have dealt with their first taste of wintry weather this season, and the storm brought much more snow than predicted, making roads around the state icy and treacherous.
A meteorologist told the Allentown Morning Call the storm was “an overperformer.”
A mix of rain, snow and snow fell on a large part of the state on Thursday. By the age of 3, some of the suburbs of Philadelphia had five inches; The regions near Lancaster were up to seven inches. Poconos, the evening was expected to start again in the beginning of the influx of snow.
The frozen rain turned into ice on the roads around the state, leading to a series of collisions and reports of vehicles disappearing from the roads.
WNEP says a jack-knifed trailer trailer is full of a scan on the Interstate 81 in Susquehanna County.
Highway speed limits have been reduced to about 45 miles of a large part of the state.
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