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Senator Katie Muth Feb 20
🚨 🚨 Heads up if you are planning to travel East on the 422 soon this afternoon 🚨🚨 🚧 U.S. 422 East is closed just after the Trooper Road/Audubon exit due to a crash. Traffic will be directed to exit at Trooper. For updates, check .
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PEMA Director Dec 1
“With a storm like this, a difference of just a few degrees can quickly change weather and road conditions. Make sure you have emergency supplies in your car if you must travel, and stay in touch with neighbors so you can help each other if you lose power.”
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PEMA Director Jan 20
"I would encourage everyone at home to ensure that they’re ready for the bitter cold and strong winds that will be moving across the state today," said PEMA Acting Director Randy Padfield.
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NWS State College Feb 1
Winter Weather Advisory expanded to include York & Lancaster Counties through 5PM. Light snow & slippery travel expected to continue into the early evening rush hour across all of the Lower Susquehanna Valley with total snow accumulation between 1-3" expected.
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PA Secretary of Transportation Feb 11
I want to remind drivers that while snow is falling roads will not be bare, and in a storm like this one, snow can be helpful in reducing initial impacts from sleet and freezing rain. Check roadway conditions in your area at
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511PA Pittsburgh Nov 8
Armstrong, Butler, Clarion, Indiana, and Jefferson counties completed their winter equipment inspection events yesterday. Each county conducts in-depth inspections of their plow trucks and stock pile equipment to ensure that everything is ready for snow.
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Office of the Governor Jan 18
Ahead of this weekend, signed a state of emergency declaration to increase assistance with storm response efforts throughout Pennsylvania.
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Pennsylvania Turnpike Mar 4
that you MUST remove ice and snow from your car before you drive? If you don’t, it is a serious safety hazard and could result in fines. When it snows, plan ahead and give yourself plenty of time to clear your car.
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PEMA Director Feb 11
“We encourage everyone to stay tuned into their local news for important storm updates... PEMA is actively monitoring the storm in coordination with other state agencies & our partners in local govt to help them meet any unmet needs...”
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NWS State College Feb 20
[7am] Latest snow & ice accumulation forecast for . & strongly encourage motorists to heed all travel restrictions & adjust speeds based on driving conditions. Take it slow in ice & snow.
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Falcon Chatter Feb 20
on the ledge! 38S is in the area. Follow along on the PA Falcon Cam! 👀 ➡
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Office of the Governor Jan 19
In response to , the Commonwealth Response Coordination Center (CRCC) activated at 8:00AM. The CRCC coordinates the deployment of state resources to counties in need of assistance.
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Chris Knight Mar 4
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PA Department of Conservation & Natural Resources Feb 13
Check out this winter scene 📷❄of Doubling Gap Lake at
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PA Department of Transportation Oct 11
: PennDOT, PEMA (), and the unofficially kicked off winter yesterday with a press conference. The main point is that we're ready, and we want you to be, too. →
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Office of the Governor Jan 18
🔴 LIVE NOW: and officials discuss state preparation efforts for . Watch live at .
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PA Department of Transportation Dec 4
Before the next big snow storm hits, make sure you’re prepared. By packing an emergency travel kit, you won’t be stranded without the essentials. What’s in your emergency travel kit?
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PA Emergency Management Agency Mar 1
Sick of yet? 🤚 The weather continues through the weekend in PA. ❄️☔️ Make the best of by being : 🏠 Have a home & car 🧥 Dress warm if going outside 🚘 If you must travel, take it slow ☑️ Check on older neighbors & family
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Senator Maria Collett Jan 20
Today and tomorrow are going to be dangerously cold and windy. I’ll be staying indoors with this great blanket from ! If you must go outside, keep it brief, dress in warm layers, and cover exposed skin: frostbite and hypothermia can happen quickly.
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PEMA Director Jan 19
“We expect this storm to be a significant one, and conditions could change rapidly. We’ll be closely working with our county and state agency partners to monitor the storm and coordinate any response as needed," said PEMA Acting Director Padfield.
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