Heavy snow began falling early Monday morning across western sections of Pennsylvania and New York. Up to 8 inches of snow can be expected in the higher elevations by Tuesday morning. The governor of Pennsylvania declared a disaster emergency Monday because of heavy snow in western Pennsylvania that closed schools and left people without electricity. Winter storm watches and warnings also are posted from the Appalachians of West Virginia, across western Pennsylvania and into southwest New York, where heavy, wet snow could topple trees already in full bloom after early spring warmth.
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