PITTSBURGH WEATHER: Winter weather forecast canceled, snow still falling



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PITTSBURGHUPDATE 05h03 3/1 – The winter weather report for our area has been canceled. Stable, generalized snow has come to an end, but a few light flurries still persist in some places.

We show you the state of the roads in the area as teams rush to clear them for your morning walk – NOW on Channel 11 Morning News.


A winter weather advisory is in effect for the counties of Allegheny, Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland, as well as for the ridges, until 9 o'clock on Friday.

Keep your winter gear and snow shovels on hand when two snowmakers move into the area in the next few days.

The snow will end Friday morning from west to east on the region. Plan for snowy streets and sidewalks in the neighborhood.

INTERACTIVE RADAR

STORM TRACKER: Look, hour by hour, the flurries up to Friday morning

A mix of rain and snow is possible late Friday night to Saturday morning, mainly south and east of Pittsburgh.

The strongest storm moves on Sunday, bringing the threat of stable snow Monday morning.

Currently, the Extreme Weather Monitoring Team 11 is monitoring the risk of several inches of snow. Plan now for snowy roads and Sunday night impacts and possible delays Monday morning.

As always, the forecast for this storm will change, so check back often for updates.

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