State elections officials in Harrisburg were not planning any precautionary warnings or action in anticipation of the storm, for now.

The 67 counties run elections in Pennsylvania and it is their responsibility to have contingency plans for storms, floods, fires and other events that could interfere with voters casting ballots on Election Day, said State Department spokesman Ron Ruman. Backup measures may include designating alternative polling places, he said.

Also, county election board also may petition the county's president judge to extend voting hours on Election Day to compensate for temporary interruptions in balloting.