PHILADELPHIA -- Crews still cleaning up from Superstorm Sandy are bracing for a nor'easter that could bring the first snow of the season in the Philadelphia area.
The National Weather Service says accumulations of 3 to 5 inches are possible Wednesday and into Thursday morning, with heavy snow and high winds at times. A winter weather advisory is in effect north and west of Philadelphia, with 1 to 4 inches possible.
Peco spokeswoman Karen Muldoon Geus (GICE) says the utility still has fewer than a hundred customers without power in suburban Philadelphia. She says there are 2,000 people in the field ready to deal with the upcoming weather.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation says its trucks are ready, too, even as a handful of roads are still closed from Sandy.