January 26, 2011 by USA Post 

WGAL WEATHER, Weather reports earlier this week predicted much of the falling snow or rain now would be a “winter blend,” an update on the conditions of lists can now six to nine inches of snow in our area.
Students all over Susquehanna Valley a pleasant surprise when they peaked out the window Tuesday morning to find roads lined with snow already at seven o’clock in the morning. Expects a jump, but when WGAL Penn Manor has not shown with a delay or closing, those hopes turned into fear.

The drivers were tested as they went on snowy roads of Lancaster for students who come to school.

“The roads were really dangerous,” said senior Katie Maisel. “We certainly should have been off.”

After several students came in just before the normal 7:40 am, teachers have received an email informing students and teachers than elementary schools in the district have been closed and an early dismissal for school students was in the works. The school has followed the licensing program at the beginning.

With snow expected in the forecast, Penn Manor could get a postponement of the school on Friday. According to meteorologist Eric Horst Millersville, snow should start during the night and end in the early morning hours, accumulating 2-5 inches on the ground.

During the day Friday, it will be active with teenagers raised in the twenties, and wind gusts of 15 to 25 mph, “more or less,” said Horst.

According WGAL, there will be a winter weather advisory from 19 pm tonight, continuing through Friday 9 am, it can cause travel difficulties and limited visibility.

“This will be the coldest air of winter,” expressed Horst. Saturday will be a high around 20 degrees and wind chill will be felt as zero.

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