PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — How much snow you saw walking out of your house this morning depends on where you are, but it did make for a tricky morning commute for most.

The precipitation started as snow Wednesday afternoon, but changed over to snow in the middle of the night, with dropping temperatures and wind chills.

KDKA Meteorologist Ron Smiley says we can expect a high of 35 degrees this morning. However, with wind chills this morning, the temperatures felt more like 10 degrees.

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While the Pittsburgh area saw about a dusting, the higher elevations got more.

A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for the Fayette and Westmoreland Ridges until noon.

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“It’s going to be the usual spots – the Laurel Highlands, the Ridges. They have some decent snow this morning. Also, in the snowbelt is seeing some decent snow totals,” Smiley said. “But, overall, we’re generally looking at what can be categorized as a little bit more than a dusting of snow that’s on the ground. It’s really not much for most folks. That’s even in spite of the fact that radar has looked fairly impressive all morning long, it just hasn’t translated to what we’re seeing on the ground.”

However, it’s a much different story further to the north where Crawford and Erie counties are under a Lake Effect Snow Warning until 6 p.m. Saturday. There are blizzard warnings for area to the north as well.

If you don’t like this weather, just hang on a few days and it’ll be out of here.

The weekend will be mostly chilly, but the 50s will be back by the beginning of next week.

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