CLEARFIELD – Heavy rains that have moved through the area overnight are causing flooding in some areas. The following state highways are closed in north central/south central PA at this time:
Centre County Roads now expected to re-open around 6 p.m.
SR 2008 (Sinking Creek Road/Fire Hall Road) from Egg Hill Road in Potter Township to Fire Hall Road in Gregg Township
SR 2018 (Woodward Cave Road) from Coburn Road in Penn Township to Ingelby Road in Haines Township;
SR 2012 (Cooper Street/Penns Cave Road/Penns Creek Road/Water Street) from Kline Road in Gregg Township to Coburn Road in Penn Township;
Lane Restriction: SR 3012 (Puddintown Road) in College Township. Eastbound lane closed from College Avenue to Orchard Road. Traffic alternating in westbound lane. Restriction expected to be lifted around 6 p.m
OPEN: SR 2010 (Upper Georges Valley Road) from Bible Road in Potter Township to Egg Hill Road in Potter Township;
SR 2004 (Mackeyville Road/Furnace Road/Maple Ave./Fishing Creek Road) between Heltman Road in Porter Township to Rag Valley Road in Lamar Township; expected to re-open around 3 p.m.
SR 3002 (Loleta Road/Main Street/ Laurel Mills Road) from River Road in Spring Township to Arroyo Road in Spring Creek Township; expected to re-open around 3 p.m.
SR 3005 in Walker Township between SR 75 and Chicken Plant Road (Cedar Spring Road/Nelson Road/Chicken Plant Road); expected to re-open around 4 p.m.
SR 1002 (Logan Street/Walnut Street/New Lancaster Valley Road) from Lynn Ave. in Brown Township to Siglerville Road in Armagh Township; expected to re-open around 3 p.m.
SR 1003 (Siglerville Road) from Barefoot Road in Armagh Township to Madison Road in Armagh Township; expected to re-open around 3 p.m.
SR 1001 (Naginey Road) from Siglerville Pike in Armagh Township to Honey Creek Road in Armagh Township; expected to re-open around 3 p.m.
SR 103 from Bridge Street in Wayne Township to Wharton Road in Wayne Township; Expected to re-open around 7 p.m.
Drivers may also encounter roadways with water on them. Do not attempt to drive through standing water on roadways. Water may be deeper than it appears.
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