Pennsylvania Sees Worst Storm Since Blizzard of 1996Aired January 25, 2000 - 1:48 p.m. ET
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NATALIE ALLEN, CNN ANCHOR: Well, we've take you live to see some snow in North Carolina, Washington, New York City, New Hampshire. Well, now we're off to Philadelphia, and Beverly Williams with KYW joins us from there.
BEVERLY WILLIAMS, KYW-TV REPORTER: Hello, Lou, Natalie. How are you doing? It's pretty cold out here.
The surprise nor'easter pounded Pennsylvania earlier today, bringing with it blizzard-like conditions. It dumped up to a foot of snow on the city of Philadelphia itself. A snow emergency has been declared in area. In Harrisburg, the state's capital, the House of Representatives, there, canceled today's session. At Philadelphia International Airport, the severe storm shut down the airports. Earlier, U.S. Airways canceled all East Coast service between North Carolina and New York City. All public and private schools throughout the Philadelphia region and some throughout the state have been canceled and closed today. Public transportation is running at many areas but at a snail's pace. This is the worst storm since the blizzard of 1996.
Live from Philadelphia, Beverly Williams. Lou, Natalie, back to you.
ALLEN: Thanks, Beverly.
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