It’s spring — yes spring — but the weather forecast overnight looks like anything but.
It may be spring, but winter just doesn’t want to let Pittsburgh out of its icy grip.
The calendar may say spring, but winter won’t let go of its grasp of the Pittsburgh area.
According to Meteorologist Kristin Emery, the first wave of precipitation has started to clear our region from south to north taking the combination of rain, freezing rain, sleet and wet snow with it.
More winter weather is on the way and could impact the Monday morning commute. As a result, alerts and warnings have been issued for much of the area.
Snow showers will move through the area Wednesday, and up to an inch of snow could fall before it’s all over.
The snow came fast and heavy overnight and into this morning, and then in a lot of places, it was gone as quickly as it came. Some areas saw more than others. And a few really unlucky places are dealing with more than a foot.
The wrath of Mother Nature certainly was no surprise. The science of meteorology told us it was coming days in advance, but we want to know more. We want to know how much and when and where.
Kids who love snow were smiling Wednesday, especially if their school district had a “snow day.” It was a chance for one more round of sledding and snowman building.
A strong winter storm hit the Pittsburgh area Wednesday, causing school cancellations and delays.
PennDOT was ready and waiting in Washington County Tuesday evening.
Warnings and advisories are in effect across the region as another round of winter weather moves through the area, and it could make for a tough Wednesday morning commute.
Our next round of wintry weather will arrive later today and could impact the afternoon commute.
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Viewer photos of the snow that fell on the Pittsburgh area on Friday, Jan. 25.
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Viewer photos from the snowstorm on Dec. 26, 2012.
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