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Early season snow dusts parts of the East

Wintry weather has arrived a little early in some eastern states, with parts of central Pennsylvania getting more than 4 inches of snow.
Image: Snow flakes coat pumpkins
Snowflakes coat pumpkins on a wagon at Hanson's Farm on Friday during an early fall snowfall in Framingham, Mass. Bill Sikes / AP
/ Source: The Associated Press

An autumn storm brought snow to parts of Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey, the earliest snow on record in some towns used to harsh winters.

Cornell University weather scientists say the snow that started Thursday set records for the earliest date with an inch of snow in Binghamton, Ithaca and Olean in New York and Altoona and State College in Pennsylvania.

The National Weather Service says there's 4.5 inches of snow in State College, Pa., and 2 more inches are possible through Saturday morning.

Port Allegany in northwestern Pennsylvania and Perrysburg in western New York both got more than 3 inches of snow. Most areas east of Lake Erie and parts of northwestern New Jersey got 2 inches or less.

Many other places got only rain.