PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Snow has begun to fall and as of 5:00 a.m. the Pittsburgh NWS is reporting a snow total of 1.1”.
This is about the time when we talk about snow total vs. total accumulation.
The snow is accumulating on the grass here in Ross Township! ❄️⛄️ pic.twitter.com/bR7L32RxiD
— Amy Wadas (@AmyWadas) December 1, 2020
The snow total may be just over an inch but what’s on the ground isn’t measurable in most places right now.
— Lindsay Ward (@LindsayWardTV) December 1, 2020
I am finding that the snow totals are likely to be in the 3”-5” range.
But what’s on the ground is likely to be in the 1” to 3” range (for Pittsburgh) before it is all said and done.
- Western Pa. Road Crews Ready For Incoming Snow And First Test Of Season
- Wintry Conditions, Snowfall Creating Potential For Slick, Dangerous Roadways
Looking ahead, snow wraps up early on Wednesday morning with Wednesday highs near 40 degrees.
Morning lows really bottom out Thursday and Friday morning, dropping to the low 20’s.
The next good chance for rain and snow will be on Saturday night and through the day on Sunday.