Pa. snow cancels games, flights; speeds reduced

  • January 25, 2014
Kerry Pigeon took this scenic shot on Buckingham Road in Scenery Hill after a recent snow.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A storm that’s blanketing much of Pennsylvania with snow has caused airline delays, sports cancelations and speed restrictions on at least one highway.

The Pittsburgh area had gotten about two to four inches of snow by Saturday afternoon. Philadelphia and its suburbs are expected to get about the same amount.

Dozens of flights have been canceled or delayed at Philadelphia International Airport, according to

High school basketball games and wrestling meets were postponed in the Erie region as well as the Lehigh Valley.

State transportation officials reduced the speed limit to 45 mph on Interstate 80 in Mercer, Venango, Clarion and Jefferson counties due to ice and snow.


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