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More overnight snow falls in county

February 19, 2014

Photo by Joseph Bell A PennDOT plow truck rolls by Tuesday morning. Most of the county got at least three inches of snow throughout the night. There also was a freezing rain advisory for today from 4 a.m. to 9 a.m.

More overnight snow fell throughout Elk County as area residents again broke out the shovels.
Most of the county got at least three inches of snow throughout the night. There also was a freezing rain advisory for today from 4 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Within the region, parts of Clearfield County saw more than four inches of snowfall overnight, weather which again caused issues on Interstate 80.

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