Road conditions under snow squall warning

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AS OF 4:45 PM

Snow Squall Warning has expired however, at 4:42 PM a band of heavy snow was along a line extending from Ridgebury to Westfield. Near Shinglehouse and moving southeast at 25 MPH.

This band of heavy snow will be near Gaines around 5:00 PM, Keeneyville 5:10 PM, Wellsboro and Coudersport 5:20 PM. Morris 5:35 PM, Arnot and Covington 5:45 PM. Boalsburg 5:50 PM.

Galleria Drive – US 219
Johnstown Expressway – US 219
SR 756 – US 219
Scalp Avenue – US 219
US 30 – US 219

AS OF 4:00 PM

The Snow Squall Warning has expired however, a line of snow squalls continue to move through southern Pennsylvania. This will affect Beford, Cambria, Somerset and Huntingdon Counties.

A snow squall can rapidly reduce visibility to a quarter mile. Use caution on roadways as they have become snow covered and slick.

William Penn Highway
Plank Road – US 22
Frankstown Road – I 99
Cresson Summit – US 22
Ebensburg – Candelight Intersection

AS OF 3:30 PM

Blair, Cambria, and Huntingdon Counties remain under a Snow Squall Warning until 3:45 PM. Snow and wind gusts up to 30 MPH has lowered visibility in spots and created slippery snow covered roads.

Consider avoiding or delaying travel until the snow squall passes your location. If you must travel, use extra caution and allow extra time. Rapid changes in visibility and slick road conditions may lead to accidents.

Ebensburg – Candelight Intersection
Cresson – US-22
Frankstown Road – I-99
Altoona -Plank Road
Hollidaysburg – Plank Road

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