Winter weather advice for overnight stays in Westmoreland, Indiana, Fayette, and Greene counties. 3-5 inches of snow is expected.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Good morning!
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Hope you like snow as we will see a lot of it in the next few days.
Well, the next loop of snow arrives overnight tonight, and Pittsburgh is seeing a modest to maybe two inches of snow.
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The porthole with today’s snow is south of I-70 in the Laurels, where over six inches of snow is possible overnight and through Thursday. Most locations along and south of I-70 will see between two and three inches of snow. Locations along I-80 may not see snow at all today through Thursday.
The change in the forecast is on Friday when it now looks dry.
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The Friday system has now been pushed back to Saturday morning and will be part of a double blow that will hit the weekend.
How much snow do we see
Two-day totals suggest five to eight inches of snow will fall in Pittsburgh over the weekend.
Seven to ten inches drop for places along I-80!
If you think we’ll be done with snow chances after the weekend, you’re wrong.
Another system set to hit the area on Monday could trigger winter storm warnings for much of western Pennsylvania.
The model data pumps out another five to nine inches of snow Monday through Tuesday.
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