Moon Township fire chief said the storm was 'less than expected.'
The worst of "frankenstorm" is over—the late season Hurricane Sandy, which threatened high winds and flooding, has passed over much of the Northeast, leaving a trail of drizzly weather for the upcoming week. Moon Fire Chief John Scott said the storm was "less than what we expected." "We had some downed trees that the public works crews removed," Scott said. "There have been some power outages; no roads are closed right now." Classes in the Montour and Moon Area school districts will resume tomorrow. Both districts cancelled school today due to inclement weather. A look at the weather for the remainder of the week: To track Superstorm Sandy's path, click here.
The National Weather Service reports that 1 to 3 inches of snow is possible.
PennDOT is urging drivers to slow down, pay attention and use caution on area roadways, particularly on elevated areas such as bridges and ramps through this weekend. A winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 p.m. Total daytime snow accumulation of 1 to 3 inches is possible in the region, according to the National Weather Service in Moon. Snow squalls and drifting conditions should be expected across the region as strong winds and bitter temperatures are occurring. Motorists need to be alert for rapidly changing road and weather conditions. Please use extreme caution when driving. PennDOT offers this advice: Motorists are also asked to allow plenty of space when driving near PennDOT winter maintenance vehicles. Also, for their …