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René F. Najera, DrPH

I'm a Doctor of Public Health, having studied at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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  1. Not a good thing, regrettably, not an uncommon thing throughout Pennsylvania, at the least.
    PECO alone has 353398 without electricity.
    My sister in law just got her electricity restored within the hour.
    PECO has been stated that some will be without electricity until the weekend. When another storm is due to visit.
    Central Pennsylvania is in a similar state.

    What a mess!

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  2. I was awake early this morning at 1:30 AM to see (and hear) ice crystals falling, coating all the trees.

    Sometime during the wee hours, the wet snow starting falling, depositing about four inches on top of the icy precipitation. Our landscaping crew arrived mid afternoon to clear off our property.

    Watching and tracking those next storm systems and if they meet up, that weekend storm will be huge.

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