PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for the Pittsburgh area.

Monday evening’s snowfall has been one for the record books. It’s the most snow the area has had all season.

So far, six-inches of snow has accumulated in Moon Township; five-inches in Scott Township and four-inches in Latrobe.

In Mars, seven-inches of snow fell. Bethel Park and Donora saw six-inches.

“Too many places to list, but safe to say just about all neighborhoods coming in anywhere between four-to-six inches of accumulation already and the snow is still falling,” KDKA Chief Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla said.

The snow has been falling steadily and heavily in Allegheny County, but the good news is the precipitation is beginning to taper off.

“Look for the snow to taper off here after midnight,” Verszyla said.

Overnight, he expects an additional one to two-inches of additional snowfall along with treacherous travel and reduced visibility.

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