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Authorities are reporting no widespread problems on state-related highways in Pennsylvania due to the storm, although Interstate 81 southbound in Schuylkill County was closed due to a tractor-trailer crash

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PHILADELPHIA — Authorities are reporting no widespread problems reported on state-related highways in Pennsylvania due to the storm, although Interstate 81 southbound in Schuylkill County was closed due to a tractor-trailer crash.

Motorists have been urged to use caution around the commonwealth because of slick driving conditions due to the snow, which is expected to be heaviest in central Pennsylvania.

Officials said Pennsylvania Department of Transportation crews will be working around the clock to keep roads passable, spreading salt or anti-skid materials to help maintain traction as temperatures drop during the night.

Some schools have reported closures or early dismissals.

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