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Wintry Mix Impacting Holiday Travel

We can expect roads to be busy the next few days, despite the wintry weather.
STATE COLLEGE, CENTRE COUNTY - WE can expect roads to be busy over the next few days, despite the wintry weather.

AAA is estimating 90 percent of Thanksgiving travelers will be driving to their destinations this year.

They say nearly 39 million people are expected to hit the roads between Wednesday and Sunday.

It comes as gas prices hit their lowest levels for the Thanksgiving holiday since 2010.

AAA says Sunday is expected to be the second busiest travel day this week as people return from their trips, Wednesday is expected to be the busiest.

Travelers on I-80 in Snow Shoe Township, Centre County says the wintry weather has created hazardous driving conditions Tuesday.

West Penn Power will monitor power conditions throughout the evening, as ice begins to accumulate on lines across the region.

To learn more about how you can prepare for power outages, visit the First Energy website.

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