HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Resorts and ski towns in northern New England love it, but they may be the only ones reveling in the winter storm that's expected to move out of the region today, but not before dumping as much as a foot of snow.
The storm moved in from Ohio and through Pennsylvania, wreaking havoc along the way with highway accidents and canceled flights. As much as a foot of snow also fell in parts of Pennsylvania.
The trouble won't end as the storm pulls away because of expected high winds as it moves off.
The second winter storm in six days hit even before winter officially begins in about a week.
The weather didn't do much for retailers either. They're counting on weekend shoppers as Christmas rapidly approaches.