Mostly sunny skies and cold temperatures are expected to accompany Thanksgiving travelers in central Pennsylvania on Wednesday, according to forecasters. Counties around Erie and the northwest portion of the state could see some snow showers on Wednesday. "Very little precipitation is expected in the Susquehanna valley, and the temperatures will be milder there, as well," according to the National Weather Service at State College.
A woman was shot and injured Tuesday night at a bar in Schuylikill County, according to state police. The shooting occurred just before 8 p.m. at the Shenandoah Fish & Game Protective Association club, along the 300 block of Ferndale Road in North Union Township, police said. Troopers said Steven Brobst, 62, of Sugarloaf entered the club and shot a 51-year-old woman sitting at the bar. "Other patrons wrestled Brobst to the ground and took the gun away from him," police said.
Weather is not expected to be much of a problem for Thanksgiving travelers in central Pennsylvania, according to forecasters. Conditions in the Harrisburg area are expected to be cold, but dry, on Tuesday through Friday, according to the National Weather Service at State College. There will be a slight of rain, possibly mixed with some snow flurries, for the State College area late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, but then dry through Friday, forecasters said.
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