Western Pennsylvania wakes to snow, little more expected
More than an inch of snow fell in Western Pennsylvania overnight, but forecasters expect only a little more precipitation Thursday.
By 7:30 a.m., 1.4 inches of snow was on the ground in Moon, according to a National Weather Service snowfall report.
Meteorologist Tom Green said he expected another half inch to fall in the morning, with more snow farther north of Pittsburgh. It will taper off in the afternoon, and no more snow is expected until Sunday, Green said.
The high will be around freezing today and in the upper 30s on Friday, he said.
Trib news partner WPXI-TV is calling for the mercury to reach into the low 40s on Saturday and Sunday.
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