Potential For Ice Remains As Storm Moves In
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Depending on where you live, you could see rain, snow or a icy combination of the two Tuesday morning.
According to KDKA-TV Meteorologist Dennis Bowman, precipitation is falling across the entire viewing area.
Snow is falling north of Interstate 80, the Pittsburgh area is experiencing a wintry mix and the southern counties are only dealing with rain.
Temperatures across the area are hovering around the freezing mark, which means the potential for ice remains.
Bowman is calling for two to four inches of snow north of I-80. Also, the wintry mix in the Pittsburgh area will turn from freezing rain to all rain by noon.
Heavy icing can be expected in the Laurel Highlands. Bowman said that up to half an inch of ice could build up in that area.
Tuesday’s high temperature is expected to be about 34 degrees with an overnight low of 33 degrees.
A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 5 p.m.
Precipitation will remain in the area for Wednesday, but falling temperatures in the afternoon will turn it into snow.