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December 26, 2012

Winter storm moving into Pa. with snow, ice, rain

PHILADELPHIA — A huge storm moving into Pennsylvania today is expected to bring a foot of snow to some regions, while ice, rain and high winds are also forecast.

The National Weather Service expects four to six inches of snow to accumulate in and around Pittsburgh. Erie and Crawford counties could get 10 to 14 inches of snow.

High winds could make driving conditions even worse on the day after Christmas.

Forecasters say Bradford, Susquehanna, and Wyoming counties could receive eight to 12 inches.

The Poconos is expected to see a mix of snow and ice, and the Lehigh Valley an inch or more of snow.

The storm is due to arrive in the Philadelphia area by late morning, bringing heavy rain throughout the day.

 

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