More snow expected for Central PA; PennDOT says it’s ready

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Another round of snow doesn't seem to bother Joe Rooney of Lewisberry. "Snow. It happens."

Nothing could stop him and so many others from watching the Super Bowl at Kokomo's Sports Bar & Grill in York County.

"I'm not driving. We're walking home. It could snow all day long," said Erik King of Etters.

In fact, the weather has helped business, with the sports bar seeing an increase in orders, cooking 1,500 wings an hour. "We all came in at 10. We started and opened at 11. Most of the takeouts were pretty much from 4 on and have been nonstop," said Kokomo's Manager, Stacey Smith.

Back on the roads, PennDOT has 310 trucks including 37 rentals to help with the cleanup. With 80,000 tons of salt and 14,000 in reserve, it's enough to get Central Pennsylvania through 25 storms.

"If it's coming down at a rapid pace and it's accumulating on the roadways and they're plowing, the road is better behind the plow because it's being treated than it is in front of it where they'll be snow on the road and you could spin out or lose control of your vehicle so just please take it slow," added Michael Crochunis, Spokesman for PennDOT District 8.

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