Additional 1 To 3 Inches Of Snow Expected

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — More snow is falling overnight in parts of western Pennsylvania and could pose a challenge for the morning commute.

But how much snow you see depends on where you live.

The lake effect snow bands appear to be affecting northern counties and the higher elevations to the east.

“So as we head down through the overnight period and into wake up and through the day tomorrow, we’ll continue to see scattered snow showers,” KDKA-TV Chief Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla said.

Most locations in and around Allegheny will see one to three inches of snow, while areas to the north and east will see two to five inches.

“So on my snow scale, I don’t think it’s much more than water cooler talk over the next 24 hours – won’t need to stock up on bread or milk — it’s not that kind of snow event,” Verszyla said.

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One Comment

  1. Jamal says:

    I was ready to bat down the hatches and go out to Giant Eagle and buy my week’s supply of bread, milk, and other necessities after reading many of the news articles on the local websites today…<> Pittsburgh to receive 3-6 inches of snow…This is nothing compared to last year and I will accept a winter of one or two inches at a time

  2. terri says:

    We’ve already got slammed in Lawrence County yesterday with about 11 inches! I wouldn’t have mind the petty 3-6″…lol

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