More flurries, then warmup headed for region

From CDT staff reportsDecember 16, 2013 


Kathy Leathers, with Penn State housing, shovels snow outside McKee Hall, Tuesday, at University Park. This week’s weather will go in like a lion and out like a lamb. A few flurries are predicted, followed by temperatures in the 50s.

NABIL K. MARK — CDT photo Buy Photo

A snowy morning made for a slippery commute Tuesday throughout Centre County.

Nearly 3 inches fell in some areas in the early morning hours, causing at least one school district to close.

Philipsburg-Osceola Area School District originally began with a two-hour delay, but officials ended up closing for the day due to unsafe road conditions.

Other school districts in the county opened on time.

PennDOT reported that a crash on Interstate 80 slowed traffic. The crash occurred on the eastbound lanes between the Milesburg and Bellefonte exits, resulting in a lane restriction. The highway was re-opened before 9:30 a.m.

Schools to the west, including Tyrone and West Branch, were on two-hour delays, while Moshannon Valley was closed.

Flurries are expected to continue into Wednesday morning, according to in Ferguson Township. Highs on Wednesday will be 28 and a low of 19.

But a warm-up beginning Thursday and continuing into the weekend could see temperatures as high as 50 degrees, according to AccuWeather. On Friday and Saturday, however, less than a half-inch of rain is possible on both days.

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