PITTSBURGH WEATHER: Winter weather forecast in effect for parts of the region when snow is moving


PITTSBURGH – A winter weather advisory is in effect for Allegheny, Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties, as well as for ridges, until 9 am Friday.

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


The first system brings light snow tonight early Friday, with enough snow to create possible delays on Friday morning.

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Snowy roads and icy places will be possible. Look for this total of snow south and east of Pittsburgh with this system.

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

Currently, the weather meteorological team is monitoring the risk of several inches of snow, which could be one of our biggest snowstorms of the season.

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

Prepare now for the snowy roads and impacts Sunday night, as well as the possible delays Monday morning.

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

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