Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2021-02-14 07:32:03 –
Pittsburgh (KDKA) — With the influx of dry air today, it will be a quiet and cloudy day before heavy snowfall at the beginning of the week.
Some of the snow waves we see arrive overnight and last until Tuesday morning!
The Winter Storm Watch is valid from 1am on Monday and until 1pm on Tuesday.
The snow arrives late tonight, heavier during the morning commute, and by the afternoon many people have a few inches of snow left.
There are some breaks in the snow, but no long breaks.
The second round of snow moves late afternoon and evening and continues until early Thursday. This brings 4 to 6 inches of additional snow to many.
In the area south of Interstate 70, there are still large cutoffs in total due to mixed and icy rain.
Pittsburgh’s total is close to 6-8 inches, while the northern area ranges from 8-12 inches.
The question of how far the warm air goes north is still questionable, but early Tuesday morning, the south and eastern regions along the ridges are threatened with 0.1 to 0.15 inches of ice. The total can be significantly reduced.
Another important point is to refreeze on Wednesday morning. Highest temperatures on Thursdays are in the mid to early 30s, with winter mixes passing through the region. 1 week.
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