"State of Emergency" has been implemented locally, and fully in some states. Just a matter of hours before Pa. joins them. This is one step short of full martial law. It means if you venture out & about, you can expect to get stopped by 'authorities' and you'd better have a damn good excuse for being on the road, such as going to medical appointments (if they haven't been cancelled or pp'd), needing to shop for food, going to work in a 'vital' or 'critical' field of work. This has happened here before, not too long ago, during a couple blizzards in the late 90's, early 2000's. STILL no actual cases here in my county, but have been reported an hr. or so to the west, Westmoreland County just east of da 'Burgh, and an hr. or so to the NE in Centre County, the State College(PSU) area.