PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The snow has been coming down for hours Sunday.
And it won’t stop anytime soon.READ MORE: 2 Charged In Gunfire During Racial Justice March
A winter weather advisory from the National Weather Service went into effect overnight and will remain so until Monday afternoon.
NWS says 2 to 4 inches of snow are expected in Allegheny County. The NWS also advises that the snow could turn into freezing rain this evening.
“There will be a mixed bag of precipitation moving in early [Sunday] morning. North of I-80, it’s going to be all snow. From I-70 south, it’s mostly going to be a mixed bag and the line will fluctuate as the day goes on,” said KDKA’s Jon Burnett.
A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for several surrounding areas. Listed below is the snow expectation by county:READ MORE: COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 2,610 New Coronavirus Cases, 44.1% Of Adult Pennsylvanians Fully Vaccinated
Armstrong: 4-8 inches
Butler: 4-8 inches
Cambria: 3-5 inches
Clarion: 4-8 inches
Crawford: 5-9 inches
Indiana: 4-8 inches
Jefferson: 4-8 inches
Lawrence: 4-8 inches
Mercer: 6-10 inches
Venango: 6-10 inches
Although the snow let up Sunday night, more snow is expected overnight into Monday.
KDKA’s Jon Burnett says to expect a coating to an inch of snow.
Many delays and closures have also been reported for Sunday and Monday. Check the latest here.
Officials are also advising people to be careful on the roads as hazardous travel conditions are expected through the storm.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Police Safely Locate Previously Missing Teen Siobhan Barnett