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Everything You Need to Know About Superstorm Sandy in the Cranberry Area

Yep, it's all in one place. Check out coverage and updates on how the storm is affecting the Cranberry area.

The Cranberry area is expected to continue to experience high winds and rain through early Tuesday morning thanks to Hurricane (now Superstorm) Sandy.

The area remains under a flood watch until 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.

Cranberry Patch is dedicated to bringing you continuous coverage of the weather event and how it is affecting the community.

As of Tuesday morning Penn Power is reporting no outages in the Cranberry area. There are a handful of customers in Adams Township without electricity, according to a Penn Power outage map.

PennDOT also is reporting Yellow Creek Road/Little Creek Road is now open in both directions in Lancaster Township. The road was closed Tuesday morning due to downed tree and utility lines.

Cranberry Fire Chief Brian Kovac said it was relatively quiet at the township's fire stations Monday night. Firefighters were called out twice for automatic alarms, he said.

Volunteers, who staffed both stations overnight, also were called out to assist PennDOT in removing a few downed trees from Franklin Road and to assist the township in removing downed trees along Ehrman Road.

"It was uneventful," he said.

Cranberry manager Jerry Andree said the township would continue to monitor the weather and to send advisories to residents and customers based on any changing conditions.

Below are links to our stories that relate to Superstorm Sandy.

If you have any information to share, please post it in the comments. We're always looking for photos too—please upload them to this story.

Be safe out there, and continue to monitor Cranberry Patch for more updates.

Quick Links:

  • Cranberry Trick or Treat Rescheduled to Saturday
  • Gov. Corbett:1.3 Million Without Power in Pennsylvania After Superstorm Sandy
  • Wine & Spirits to Reopen at Noon After Superstorm Sandy
  • Update: About 350 Duquesne Light Customers Without Power
  • Cranberry Area Weather: Hurricane Sandy Flood Watch Now a Warning
  • Cranberry Prepares for Hurricane Sandy—The 'Frankenstorm'
  • Hurricane Sandy Cancels East Coast Flights at Pittsburgh International
  • Wine & Spirits Closing Early Due to Hurricane Sandy
  • Six Ways to Use Patch During Hurricane Sandy
  • FEMA Leader: 'Time to Act is Now' for Residents in Path of 'Frankenstorm' 
  • Hurricane Sandy Connecticut Live Blog 
  • Prepare for Your Pets in Weather Emergencies

Keep checking back with Cranberry Patch for more details as they become available. If you haven't done so already, this is a real good time to "like" us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to keep up with what is going on.

 

Art Wegweiser October 31, 2012 at 03:38 PM
See Mitt, we don't need no big government FEMA in SW PA.
Art Wegweiser October 31, 2012 at 07:30 PM
And BTW Willard, any of your several mansions get damaged? Will you be applying for help from the Big Bad Federales? It is your right until and unless you give away FEMA to the states or, better yet (as you said) let it go private. Of course a thirsty person will pay for a $5 bottle of tap water and not worry about the cost of a helicopter plucking you off your roof. It's just business and you are indeed the demonstrated expert.

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