Harrisburg, PA Area Stormy Travels July 4th Weekend – 7/1/2017

Storms fire up in parts of central and south central Pennsylvania during the holiday weekend. Some areas of Pennsylvania are under a severe thunderstorm watch where others are under severe thunderstorm warnings. Heavy rains and gusty winds impact the holiday drivers.

Detailed Description

Highspire, Pa

Clip 1 : Heavy rains at Highspire, Pa service plaza on Pennsylvania turnpike E/B side. Sign for Blue Star Memorial Highway tribute to armed forces of U.S.

Clips 2-3 : Medium & tight shot of heavy rain falling on roof of vehicle

Clip 4 : Medium to heavy rain falling patio area of service plaza

Clip 5 : Rain falling from awning

Clip 6 : Wide shot view to E/B I-76 showing traffic driving at reduced speed, white vehicle with rear window down driving through parking lot

Clip 7 : Tighter shot of E/B I-76 traffic in heavy rains, vehicle with flashers on

Clip 8 : Man & woman inspect vehicle on shoulder of E/B I-76 with traffic passing by, light rain and gusty winds

Clip 9 : Darkening skies as storm approaches Highspire, Pa area. Traffic on E/B I-76, light rain falling.

Lawn, Pa area :

Clips 10 – 13: Motorcyclists and other vehicles driving in rainy conditions of E/B I-76 at Turnpike Mile Marker 257.3

Clips 14-15: Vehicles traveling E/B on I-76 in raining conditions, rain water spray from vehicle tires

Clips 16-18: View of passing storm in distance, scud rising, traffic on E/B & W/B I-76, wide, tighter shot, medium shot

Clips 19-20: Rain water evaporating on parking lot of service plaza Pennsylvania Turnpike, tight & medium shots – vehicle driving past on medium shot

New Cumberland, Pa area :

Clip 21 : N/B side of I-83, storm with awesome looking shelf cloud approaching area.

Clip 22 : Storm approaching New Cumberland area