A city ordinance forbids motorists from parking vehicles on public streets any time wihtin twenty-four hours after a snow fall of three inches or more. Such parking is allowed after the snow has been removed. Streets designated as snow removal streets in the city are:
Level 1 Snow Alert — Roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. Roads are also icy; drive carefully.
Level 2 Snow Advisory — Roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. Only those who feel it is necessary to drive should be out on the roadways. Contact your employer to see if you should report to work.
Level 3 Snow Emergency — All roadways are closed to non-emergency personnel. No one should be out during these conditions unless it is absolutely necessary to travel. All employees should contact their employer to see if they should report to work. Those traveling on the roadways may subject themselves to arrest.
NATIONAL SUMMARY A swath of showers and embedded thunderstorms reached from the St. Lawrence Valley to the central Gulf coast Tuesday afternoon. A few of the storms over Pennsylvania and West Virginia were becoming locally heavy and gusty as of the mid-afternoon. The showers and storms were associated with an advancing cool front. Snow showers fell over part of upper Michigan. Spotty showers and thunderstorms reached across the Rockies. Rain showers and high-elevation snow showers were occurring from northern California and northern Nevada to coastal Washington, Idaho and western Montana. Gusty winds were sweeping across the Southwest. Much of the Great Plains were dry at this time. SPECIAL WEATHER Late Season Snowstorm Recalled... --An unusually cold late season storm deposited heavy snow on portions of New York state and Pennsylvania on April 22, 1993. Malone, N.Y., received 15 inches of snow with up to 10 inches of snow on top of Mount Nittany in central Pennsylvania. The weight of heavy snow on trees brought down limbs, which in turn took down power lines. WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS BY ACCU WEATHER Peak Wind Gusts (MPH) Tuesday... --Mount Rose Ski, Nev.: 97 --East Galena, Nev.: 66 --Reno, Nev.: 62 Hail Reports from Late Monday... --1.75-inch diameter hail fell near Segovia, Texas --1.25-inch diameter hail fell near Llano, Texas --1.00-inch diameter hail fell near Harper, Texas Temperature Departures From Normal (F) April 1-21, 2012... New York, N.Y. +0.5 Boston, Mass. +1.4 Philadelphia, Pa. +0.9 Washington, D.C. +1.8 Charlotte, N.C. +0.9 Atlanta, Ga. -0.5 Orlando, Fla. +1.4 New Orleans, La. -1.8 Detroit, Mich. +0.5 Chicago, Ill. +0.7 Minneapolis, Minn. -3.0 Fargo, N.D. -2.9 Cincinnati, Ohio +1.7 St. Louis, Mo. +0.8 Denver, Colo. +1.9 Dallas, Texas -0.4 Seattle, Wash. +2.1 San Francisco, Calif. +3.0 Los Angeles, Calif. +2.0 Salt Lake City, Utah +4.2 Las Vegas, Nev. +4.8 Phoenix, Ariz. +3.2 Boise, Idaho +1.9 Houston, Texas -1.8 DAILY EXTREMES National High Today (through 9 pm) 97 at Laredo, Texas National Low Today (through 9 pm) 23 at Leadville, Colorado 2014 AccuWeather, Inc. 385 Science Park Road State College, PA 16803 COPYRIGHT 2014 ACCUWEATHER, INC
Copyright AccuWeather, Inc. 2014 All Rights Reserved APRIL 22 PLACE YEAR EVENT _________________________________________________________________________ Toronto, Ontario 1985 High temperature reached 86 degrees -- an April record and the highest temperature for all of 1985. Hayes, Kan. 1989 The high temperature of 107 degrees set a new state record high for April, beating the record of 103 degrees, set at Kiowa on April 6, 1893).
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