PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Rain, freezing rain, sleet, snow and even some hail are all in our “mixed bag” Sunday evening around southwestern Pennsylvania.READ MORE: Handling Hypothermia And Children: Tips From One Pediatrician On Keeping Kids Warm
Rain is moving through and changing over to frozen precipitation in spots through mid- to late evening.
A winter weather advisory has been issued across Pennsylvania.
The National Weather Service says the advisory remains in effect until 1 a.m. Monday in Allegheny, Beaver, Washington, Westmoreland, Mercer, Indiana, Butler, Armstrong and Lawrence counties, in addition to the Westmoreland Ridges and Fayette Ridges.
Mixed precipitation is expected with at least a light glaze of ice accumulation and at least an inch of snow accumulation in areas. Road conditions could be slippery.
Due to the potential for freezing drizzle and its impact on roadways, the Winter Weather Advisory has been extended for all highlighted locations until 1am Monday. pic.twitter.com/oI0NKi3rPS
— NWS Pittsburgh (@NWSPittsburgh) February 18, 2019
There was hail and rain in Downtown Pittsburgh, but no snow in the afternoon.
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Some areas north of Pittsburgh did see snow, however.
Expect a touch of freezing rain in spots and a coating up to an inch of snow generally.
The higher elevations and the I-80 corridor could see 1 to 3 inches of snow by morning.
Monday brings a few spotty snow showers but mainly dry weather. – Kristin EmeryMORE NEWS: Police, Auto Mechanic Rescue Cat Stuck In Car
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