HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A fast-moving winter storm is taking aim at Pennsylvania and threatening to bring snow and ice to a state that's already seen more than its share with weeks and weeks left to go until spring.
Forecasters said Tuesday the state's remote northern tier could see its deepest snowfall of the season, while the vast and populous eastern region south of Interstate 80 was in line for ice, sleet or snow.
State officials were planning to gather at the headquarters of the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency overnight. That's one sign of how seriously they are taking the impending precipitation.
In the Harrisburg area, a coating of ice may be on the roadways by the time the Wednesday morning commute gets underway.