7 a.m. update: The York County Court of Common Pleas will remain open for business as scheduled, but other York County employees in other offices will be permitted to use unscheduled time off under the liberal leave policy.
Jurors and court personnel should report as scheduled, the county said. All county offices will remain open on Wednesday.
Also, HACC's York campus and Gettysburg campus will be closed, but all other campuses will have a two-hour delay.
Met-Ed is now reporting 11 customers without power in Paradise Township.
Previous story: Heavy snow is causing school closings and traffic accidents all around York County Wednesday morning.
At 5:30 a.m., about 2 inches has fallen in York City, and roads are coated in heavy, wet snow. All public schools in York County are closed for the day, and the Penn State York campus is closed.
For the latest on traffic conditions around York County, look at the York County 911 log here.
York County remains under a winter storm warning until 2 a.m. Thursday, the National Weather Service said. York County is expected to get 4-8 inches of snow, according to the NWS and abc27. The snow is expected to continue to be heavy through the afternoon, then taper off in the evening and end overnight, the forecast said.
Several municipalities in York County have declared snow emergencies for the duration of the storm. For a list of advisories, click here.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has its 310 plows and another 37 rented plow trucks deployed in the eight-county District 8, which includes York County, spokesman Greg Penny said. The heaviest concentration of plows is in York and Lancaster counties, he said. PennDOT covers 5,232 miles of road in the district.
Met-Ed reports no power outages in York County at 5:30 a.m., but the utility cautioned people to be prepared if the electricty goes out because of the storm. To report a power outage, call (888) 544-4877 or use the "report outage" function at http://www.firstenergy.com/pa.
Check back later for ongoing coverage of the storm.