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Ready PA Nov 11
Snow & ice is expected to impact the northern tier tonight-Wed. (11/11-11/13) & a cold snap will hit the entire state this week. & state agencies are prepared & asking all PA'ians to prepare too. Follow for more! More:
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DJGohl 6h
Winter is coming. Are you ready? sooner than expected
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AMSOIL INC 10h
❄️WINTER TECH TIP: Protect your vehicle’s chassis against the effects of salt, moisture & chemical corrosion with Heavy-Duty Metal Protector. Grab yours here 👉 📷: IG beastsynthetics
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PA Department of Transportation Nov 11
Motorists are encouraged to "Know Before You Go" by checking conditions on more than 40,000 roadway miles by visiting or downloading the 511PA app.
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Rushbrook and Rathbone Nov 15
are falling ❤️ gorgeous! But don't forget to clear the gutters of leaves to prevent water damage.
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Ready PA Nov 15
weather (snow, ice, wind & cold temps) can be dangerous, especially for older adults. ❄️🌬 Check on your older neighbors, friends & family members to make sure they’re healthy & safe during the winter months. Learn more ➡️ .
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NWS Pittsburgh Nov 15
Frigid temperatures are dangerous but easy to prepare for. Dress warmly and cover exposed skin. Mittens work better than gloves! For more info on the warning signs of frostbite and hypothermia, visit: .
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NWS Tallahassee Nov 12
Alabama's Winter Weather Awareness Week continues. During colder weather, it’s important to dress in layers, cover exposed skin, and limit time outside. For water activities, hypothermia can occur in water temperatures at or below 60°F.
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NWS Cleveland Nov 12
This year is the second year where we will be issuing Snow Squall Warnings throughout the winter. Please take a minute to learn more about snow squalls and how dangerous they are. For more, visit:
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NWS Northern Indiana Nov 12
When the power goes out, you will want to be aware of where you are keeping your generator. If you leave your generator in a closed garage, the fumes can get into your house and be harmful for your family. Use a carbon monoxide detector to be surer you are safe.
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Pennsylvania Turnpike Nov 12
When encountering a plow truck on the roadway remember – you should NEVER crowd or pass a plow. Plow drivers have limited visibility so motorists shouldn't try to pass plows. The road in front of the plow is in worse condition so you are safest traveling behind.
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Tree Work Now Nov 12
Do your flowering trees need a light trimming?
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NWS Pittsburgh Nov 13
Winter weather forecasting is complex! As we make forecasts throughout the winter, we pay especially close attention to the “warm layer”. It determines whether you’ll see snow, sleet, freezing rain, or rain at your location!
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Brad Grimpe Nov 10
Final mess of leaves have been burned, storm windows in, and X-mas lights are up. Time for winter hibernation.
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NWS Northern Indiana 10h
Graupel is a precip type that is often confused with sleet. It forms in a similar setup to thunderstorms as opposed to sleet, where you're more worried about cold/warm layers. It is important to differentiate between a white graupel pellet and a clear sleet pellet.
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NWS Birmingham Nov 15
🔌NEVER use an extension cord with space heaters! Plug them directly into a wall outlet.
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Officer Grozier (SWTPD Community Liaison Officer) Nov 15
It's important to stay calm in the event of an emergency during a winter weather event. Call 9-1-1 immediately and follow our tips to stay safe.
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Pennsylvania Turnpike Nov 15
If are ever in need of emergency assistance while traveling the , please call *11.
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PEMA Director Nov 15
A great tip to wrap up Winter Weather Awareness Week. ⤵️
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NWS Cleveland Nov 15
It may have been many years since you’ve seen an equation like this one, but the solution can be dangerous! When it is windy, air speeds up heat loss on our skin by whisking away the warmth. As a result, it feels colder than the actual air temperature!
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