Winter weather in Pittsburgh: Track this weekend

Winter weather in Pittsburgh: Track this weekend

A storm making its way across the country brought snow to western Pennsylvania on Saturday. It's really going to depend on how much snow you see, said Mike Harvey, Pittsburgh's chief meteorologist. Weather in the video above: By noon, the area was covered in snow. The exception to the forecast is in the Uniontown area and toward Morgantown, where there could be a mix of rain, snow or sleet. Another half-inch to an inch of snow could fall across the region on Saturday, with up to two additional inches possible north of Interstate 80 and in the Laurel Highlands. Snow moves out of the area around 5pm or 6pm and our area will remain dry for most of the night with isolated snow showers on and off during the day Sunday. The snow will end Monday morning, and we will stay dry until Tuesday when our next system arrives. The system's path was heading more south and east of Pittsburgh. As a result, the highest snowfall totals will be to our east, over the mountains in central Pennsylvania. Interactive Radar: Track the Storm Severe Weather Alerts: Get free alerts for your county Learn how to enable automatic weather alerts on the WTAE mobile app WTAE's local weather broadcast on Very Local How much snow will we get locally? “Pittsburgh is kind of the dividing line” of the storm, Harvey said. Most locations are likely to see between 1 to 3 inches of snow by Saturday evening, with 3 to 6 inches of snow possible at higher elevations. “There will be an impact day Saturday for snow and some minor travel issues,” Harvey said. Roads will be wet, but expected snow accumulation will be mainly on unpaved surfaces. A winter weather warning was issued for Butler, Venango, Clarion, Armstrong, Indiana, Westmoreland and parts of Fayette County on Saturday. This warning is in effect from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For fans traveling to Baltimore to watch the Steelers take on the Ravens, the current track shows Baltimore getting cold temperatures with rain throughout the day. In Pittsburgh, street department crews will be there throughout the night starting Friday evening. Street crews will remain active throughout the entire storm and will be actively clearing pedestrian snow for city steps, bridges and sidewalks beginning at 6 a.m. Sunday. Stay with Action Weather in Pittsburgh as we learn more about the storm's track.

A storm making its way across the country brought snow to western Pennsylvania on Saturday.

“The location will really depend on the amount of snow you see,” said Mike Harvey, Pittsburgh's chief meteorologist.

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

By noon, the area was covered in snow. The exception to the forecast is in the Uniontown area and toward Morgantown, where there could be a mix of rain, snow or sleet.

Another half-inch to an inch of snow could fall across the area Saturday, with up to two more inches possible north of Interstate 80 and in the Laurel Highlands.

Snow moves out of the area around 5pm or 6pm and our area will remain dry for most of the night with scattered snow showers recreating intermittently through Sunday.

The snow will end Monday morning, and we will stay dry until Tuesday when our next system arrives.

The system's path was moving more south and east of Pittsburgh. As a result, the highest snowfall totals will be to our east, over the mountains into central Pennsylvania.

How much snow will we get locally?

“Pittsburgh is kind of the dividing line” of the storm, Harvey said.

Most locations will likely see 1 to 3 inches of snow by Saturday evening, with 3 to 6 inches of snow possible at higher elevations.

“The further northwest you go, the less snow there is. The further south and east you go, the more snow there is,” Harvey said.

Impact day

It will be an impact day on Saturday due to snow and some minor travel issues. Roads will be wet, but expected snow accumulation will be mainly on unpaved surfaces.

A winter weather warning was issued for Butler, Venango, Clarion, Armstrong, Indiana, Westmoreland and parts of Fayette County on Saturday. The notice is in effect from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m

For fans traveling to Baltimore to watch the Steelers take on the Ravens, the current track shows Baltimore experiencing cold temperatures with rain throughout the day.

Steelers-Ravens game

In Pittsburgh, street department crews will be there throughout the night starting Friday evening. Street crews will remain active throughout the entire storm and will be actively clearing pedestrian snow for city steps, bridges and sidewalks beginning at 6 a.m. Sunday.

Stay with Pittsburgh Action Weather as we learn more about the storm's track.

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