Motorists are being urged to use extreme caution and be on the look out for and obey warning signs. A road closed sign, means just what it says, the is road closed not for your inconvenience but for your safety.
Attempts to circumvent these signs can cost motorist hefty fines, especially when the vehicle gets stuck in the high water requiring assistance. This also creates dangerous situations for rescue workers. And if that is not enough to keep one from trying to go through high water, bear in mind, you don't know if the roadway is even intact underneath the water. The cost to your vehicle added on to the fines adds up to a worse day than just going around.
Motorists can check www.511PA.com for the latest updates on flood-related closures and restrictions.
Or use google maps or similar gps that are up-dated with road closures and can find safe roads to travel on.
Also be aware of spots where the snow gets blown back onto the road causing surprise hazardous road conditions. (As a visual reporter who has to brave these conditions when necessary to inform the public I can tell you these spots get pretty hairy at times and extremely nerve rockingly dangerous.)
Below are the latest road closures in the area from PennDOT.