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Harrisburg, PA - With winter weather poised to strike the Mid-Atlantic this weekend, Agriculture Secretary Russell C. Redding urged Pennsylvanians to take precautions should the threat of potentially-severe storms hold true.
“Snowfall and low temperatures could make this a dangerous winter storm for Pennsylvanians who aren’t prepared for closed roads and blizzard conditions,” said Redding. “For those in the agriculture industry, I urge you to plan ahead to mitigate any risks to your livestock, your facilities and the environment, not only for this storm, but other future weather events. Planning now can mitigate problems later.”