Road crews are trying to clear roadways the best they can as the winter storm continues in Indiana County.
PennDOT District 10 Community Relations Coordinator Christina Gibbs said that snow plows have been out since Sunday afternoon trying to get ahead of the snowfall, but she said the toughest thing for plow drivers during this storm is the fact that the pace of the snowfall is very fast.
Gibbs said that plow trucks will continue to work on making state roads passable and eventually clear, but she asks motorists to give those trucks the space they need to operate safely.
Stay with your Hometown Radio Stations as we will keep you updated with the latest Accuweather forecast and the latest from the Storm Center on weather-related cancellations and delays.
Source: PENNDOT PLOWS AND DRIVERS WORKING HARD TO TREAT ROADS DURING STORM | WCCS AM1160 & 101.1FM