PITTSBURGH (KDKA) –
FIRST WARNING: Snow Squall will be leaving area 1-3 ″ this morning. The highest accumulation will be in the Laurel but will within 2 hours leaving the condition white and slippery. This afternoon gusts of wind gusts 40-50 mph.
Awareness: Cold nights and Sunday mornings, so watch out for icy spots.
Snow arrives north at around 6am and will end around 11am for the ridges.
Snow will move quickly, causing problems on the road.
There’s a Winter Weather Alert for the Laurels until 3pm and a Wind Alert until tonight there.
The second part of the day will be dry and cool with temperatures in the 20s and wind chill in the teens and even single digits in a few places.
Nights will be clear and the temperature will drop for teenagers, so bring your pet indoors.
There is a Flood Notice for the Ohio River through tomorrow afternoon, closing roads downtown.
At 4:15 a.m. this morning, the river was at 22.93 feet, has since receded to 22.6 feet and will continue to descend this morning.
Sunday’s peak goes back to the mid-40s with the sun and it got even better on Monday with a high in the 50s and maybe even 60 for some!
The next wave of wet weather will arrive on Tuesday and peaks will return around 60.
Dry Wednesday and mild weather all around with a 50-year high before a chance of snow arrives on Thursday, possibly First Warning Day!
https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2022/02/19/pittsburgh-weather-first-alert-snow-squall/ Snow Squall leaves 1-3 inches across the region – CBS Pittsburgh