Double-dip storm could bring more problems in Pa.

    Yet another wave of winter is poised to wallop some unlucky locales with heaps of ice and snow.

    Speed restrictions have been lifted for Pennsylvania roadways affected by snowy weather but much of the state remains under a winter storm warning.

    According to several news reports, The National Weather Service says the double-dip storm could bring treacherous travel conditions again Wednesday. The extreme northeastern corner of the state could see more than a foot of snow by the time the storm moves out.

    Some eastern Pa. counties are under an ice storm warning. A half to three-quarters of an inch of ice is possible in Lehigh, Northampton, Carbon and Monroe counties. Philadelphia and Pittsburgh appear likely to escape the worst of the ice.

    Drizzle has already begun in some local areas. Be careful out there, and brace yourselves for a slippery commute on Wednesday.

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