‘Toona Times


Roger Durfee

17th street bridge trains covered in snow

Even though the first day of winter was Dec. 22, the snow didn’t come until Jan. 12. But better late than never!

In the previous years of central PA there was snow on the ground for Thanksgiving.

On Tuesday, snow began to fall in the early afternoon causing local schools to let out early and roads to be hard to drive on.

 A multi-vehicle wreck caused part of 1-80 to be closed.

Wednesday morning almost every school in central PA was delayed two hours.

In Clearfield County Pa, a new plow truck is now clearing the streets and officials say it came just in time. Which was surely worrying to many residents. Cambria County 9-11 said no major accidents were reported due to the weather, but officials are more concerned with the next few days and the frigid temperatures.