PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — So far this season, we’ve seen a total of 48.4 inches of snow! If you like winter weather, you’ll be happy to hear that more is on the way.
Winter Weather Advisories will be in effect from 4 p.m. today until 9 a.m. Thursday for areas east and along the ridges. Those areas could see 3-6 inches of snow through tomorrow morning.READ MORE: Trump-Backed Candidate Bob Paduchik Tapped To Head Ohio Republican Party
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The Pittsburgh area is only looking at about 2-3 inches and lesser amounts north of 422 and I-80 and also west.
This evening’s commute home could be a tricky one, but the Thursday morning rush hour could be even more hazardous.
The next round of snow comes as some Pittsburgh residents say their roads still haven’t been touched.
On Tuesday, KDKA was in Brookline where residents say there was one plow truck in 24 hours. As of Wednesday, almost all of them are clear.
In Bon Air, KDKA’s Nicole Ford talked to residents on Schuchert Street, which is still covered in snow and now a sheet of ice. One says he’s lucky to be working remotely because he couldn’t get his car down the hill.
WATCH: KDKA’s Nicole Ford Reports
Over in Carrick, it’s a similar situation off West Cherry Hill. Nearly a dozen roads are icy or snow-covered, causing a messy situation.
“I’m definitely trapped. If I hear a snow is coming, I try to plan for three days in advance at least because I know I’m not getting out. This was — what, Monday? And it’s Wednesday, and we are still stuck here,” said Carrick resident Christine Kuntz.
“If we get more snow tomorrow night and they don’t come, it just accumulates and if they do come, it snows again and we are another two to three days out waiting for them to come again. It’s ridiculous. People have got to live.”
KDKA reached out to the city and hasn’t heard back about current road conditions.READ MORE: Police Arrest Man Accused Of Shooting Neighbor In The Arm After Dispute
As for the major roadways, PennDOT started deploying trucks at noon. A spokesperson says roads weren’t pretreated since there’s still salt on the roads from yesterday.
WATCH: KDKA’s Ross Guidotti Reports
Roads like Route 40 in Fayette County were covered with snow in just 30 minutes on Wednesday. Crews are out in full force, working to keep roads clear overnight. PennDOT officials said there are about 42 trucks clearing roads in Fayette County and about 55 in Westmoreland County.
Over in Washington County, there are around 54 plow trucks and 23 trucks in Greene County.
PennDOT says roads with the highest amount of traffic, like interstates and four-lane roads, are cleared first, followed by secondary roads.
WATCH: KDKA’s Jessica Guay Reports
This upcoming snow will be round two of winter weather for our region this week.
Round three of snow looks to arrive late Thursday night through early Friday, but at this point it’s channeled south of I-70 with an additional inch expected.
In terms of temperatures, we are lucky we don’t have the coldest of the Arctic air, but we are still below normal with highs right around the freezing mark through the weekend and lows near normal in the low 20s and upper teens.
More snow looks to arrive Saturday with the heaviest being overnight Saturday through early Sunday morning. It’s still too early to narrow down totals but several inches are looking likely at this point.
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