winter-weather-pickjpg-086e68ed7f3dc4e8The only thing area motorists could be thankful for Wednesday was safely reaching their destinations. And for some, that didn’t happen. A pre-Thanksgiving snowstorm made roads a treacherous mess, sending vehicles slipping, sliding and some even overturning. The snow set a record. As of 7:30 p.m. in Towanda, Wayne Vanderpool, National Weather Service Co-Op Observer, reported that he measured 11.2 inches of snow, “with it still snowing lightly.” He said it was “the most snow ever measured in Towanda on any November day, since records began back in 1895.” More