Winds downed trees and power lines, and a number of roads in the region not only had snow, but flooding.
"Every time we get a big bad rain it floods. That's why the boats and everything are parked up high," Jamie Phillips of Geeseytown says.
Jamie Phillips lives right next to one flooded out area of Juniata Valley Road, and while his house wasn't in danger from the water, he had other issues to deal with.
"Power went out at 5:00am this morning. We called in and everything, but no response," Phillips says.
The wicked weather also kept Penndot on their toes.
"It requires a lot of hands on the road if you will. We have to have eyes just about everywhere," Pam Kane of Penndot says.
Penndot crews worked throughout the day to clear debris, monitor flooded roads, and plow snow, but as unique as the last 24 hours may have been, they've learned to be prepared.
"It's winter in Central PA so we've come to pretty much expect just about anything," Kane says.
According to Penndot, most of the flooded roads have re-opened, but as the temperatures continue to drop, they still want people to be cautious as some of the water could start to turn to ice.