PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - With another winter storm impacting the area Wednesday, officials in Pennsylvania have declared a State of Emergency, while a Snow Emergency has been declared for Philadelphia as of 8 a.m.
City officials are currently working across municipalities to arrange warming centers that can be activated if needed.
Snow Emergency information and a map of Snow Emergency routes can be found here. Cars left on Snow Emergency routes will be moved to other parking spots to assist in snow plowing operations. If your car is moved, call 215-686-SNOW to find it.
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Residents are urged to report downed trees that are blocking highways to 911. Power outages and downed lines should be reported to PECO at (800) 494-4000. For more information or to register for Delco Alert, visit www.co.delaware.pa.us.
⚠️ I am announcing a State of Emergency through our existing disaster declaration. We are working with state agency partners to make sure county emergency management coordinators have quick and unfettered access to state resources as they’re needed. #WinterStormQuinn https://t.co/tr7H0oDOC1— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) March 6, 2018
Due to predicted snow and temperatures below freezing, a #CodeBlue is now in effect. Please call 215-232-1984 if you see someone who needs shelter. More info on safety, shoveling, and streets ➡️ https://t.co/UChLGB4hof #PHLsnow pic.twitter.com/Op4iCQWc2q— City of Philadelphia (@PhiladelphiaGov) March 6, 2018