More light snow on Saturday

More light snow on Saturday

Scattered snow continues after the Pittsburgh area saw its heaviest snowfall of the season so far

The winter weather warning has been lifted after snow fell on Friday

300,000 students. Well, the time is now, 520. Now is the time to take a look at the forecast with meteorologist Jill Sweet. I thought the groundhog in PUNXSUTAWNEY said so in the early spring. right. Several inches of snow fell overnight. Snowfall for this season. In fact, here we are waking up this Saturday morning. So winter isn't over yet, although PUNXSUTAWNEY PHIL may be up to something later next week. Looking at some of the snowfall totals that came in the Empire, where it was over eight inches, very fluffy snow, over a half foot of plum and Ligonier officially outside of Pittsburgh, internationally just over 3.5 inches. Meanwhile, industries are looking north and west by about two inches. We were expecting some of the higher snowfall totals to come as we looked to the Laurel Highlands. Many people woke up this morning, so we will update these totals as we work throughout the start of the day. Here's a live look at the action camera above Channel 4. This morning, you can still see some flakes flying out there, but for the most part, we've seen an end to the widespread snow. When we look at the last hour, you can see the main area of ​​some of that consistent snow working its way across the Laurel Highlands, and also into parts of From Western Maryland. In the meantime, I'm looking at parts of Butler, Beaver and Mercer counties as well. We're seeing a combination of some flurries, and even some light snow showers. Now just sit along 79. So look from the slippery rock towards the cranberries. I'll track closer to Butler City. Elwood, you're waking up to some of this snow. Even closer to the moon. You'll see some flakes developing here as well. When we start your Saturday. Still at 7:00. We will keep this Impact Day going. Due to the situation on the roads. There is still a bit of snow covered in the winter weather, a warning extending to Greensburg. Also Uniontown. Those areas are shaded pink as you head into the hills under a winter storm warning. Once again, both winter advisories will continue until 7 a.m. this morning. There will still be some snow showers and even some flurries. We go to the afternoon. The winds will also pick up, so we may find some visibility issues with the snow falling, but also some snow that will try to fall quite quickly. We'll see those flakes roll around as we head into this evening. A little cleansing tonight. We'll be sending low temperatures into the teens, but when you factor in the wind, it will feel so cold tomorrow that we could deal with wind chills in the single digits Sunday morning as we get through the next couple of hours. The widespread snow has tapered off, but there will still be some scattered flurries for Saturday. It's mostly cloudy, breezy and cool with a high of just 29 degrees today. Later tonight, we'll settle into the teens. The sky started to clear up a little. The winds will still be high though, so it will feel like temperatures are rising as you head out the door. tomorrow. It can be in single digits. On a windy day on Sunday, we will see temperatures rise to near 40 degrees. And look at this! There's another warmup coming your way as we check out four more days of more temperatures. Run at 50 degrees again, maybe even better by the middle of this week. Good amount of dry time. Some sunshine coming our way when we finish the weekend, and then we'll

Scattered snow continues after the Pittsburgh area saw its heaviest snowfall of the season so far

The winter weather warning has been lifted after snow fell on Friday

Western Pennsylvanians were waking up to the biggest snowfall of the season on Saturday morning. There was between two and a half inches of snow across the area, said Jill Sweid, a meteorologist in Pittsburgh. Watch the latest forecast from Action Weather Pittsburgh in the video above The National Weather Service's winter weather warning has expired. Scattered gusts and light snow showers are possible during the day as the winds intensify. The flakes will clear and skies will try to clear Saturday night. Interactive Radar: Track snow in your area Severe Weather Alerts: Get free alerts for your county Learn how to enable automatic weather alerts on the WTAE mobile app Stream local weather from WTAE on Very Local With the wind, it'll feel like you're waking up in the single digits on Sunday morning. Winds will continue to reach 30 to 35 mph on Sunday. There will be more sunny breaks as temperatures rise to near 40 degrees. Share your weather photos with us: You can post them to your local Pittsburgh Facebook group or click the local u button in the WTAE mobile app. A cold weekend, but we will see a warming trend through the middle of next week with high temperatures peaking in the mid 50s.

Western Pennsylvania residents were waking up to the biggest snowfall of the season on Saturday morning.

There was between two and a half inches of snow across the area, said Jill Sweid, a meteorologist in Pittsburgh.

Watch the latest forecast from Pittsburgh's Action Weather in the video above

The National Weather Service's winter weather warning has expired. Scattered gusts and light snow showers are possible during the day as the winds intensify. The flakes will clear and skies will try to clear Saturday night.

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With the wind, it will feel like waking up on a Sunday morning. Winds will continue to reach 30 to 35 mph on Sunday. There will be more sunny breaks as temperatures rise to near 40 degrees.

Share your weather photos with us: You can post it in your local Pittsburgh Facebook group Or press the local u button in the WTAE mobile app.

It will be a quick and cold weekend, but we will see a warming trend through the middle of next week with high temperatures peaking in the mid 50s.

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