Snow is expected to fall on Friday evening

The heaviest snowfalls occur in the evening and night hours.

GB About: #FridayFeeling Publish: 03/11/2022 Edit: 03/11/2022 Author: Gardener


FridayPITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- New advisories and alerts are now available, and I largely agree with the solution that the NWS has opted for. Right now: Rain and snow possible in the evening. Warning: Expect snow totals of 4-6 inches on Saturday, with most snow falling before noon. The St. Patty's Day parades, which take place on Saturday mornings, are affected. Both today (late) and tomorrow (strongest in the morning) are first alarm days. A nice warm up occurs as we head into the next work week with high temperatures near the 60s. They have canceled most of our area under a winter weather advisory beginning late this evening and extending through Saturday noon. Most snow falls in Pittsburgh from 3 a.m. Saturday morning to 8 a.m. Saturday. The craziest weather is restricted to the locations under a winter storm warning. Not only will you see large amounts of snow throughout the day on Saturday, you will also see winds up to 40 miles per hour. Temperatures will also drop throughout the day. Enjoy another great weekend in the Laurels. For today, the highs will be in the mid 50's after hitting a high of 48 yesterday. Yesterday I knew the temperature was too low for today (or had a strong feeling) but have waited to change it due to the large snow system. I don't know if I would have forecast mid-50s highs yesterday (with data still showing highs near the 50s), but I knew temperatures should be technically warmer today. Enjoy the pleasant weather because today will be the best of the weekend. If we quickly look at next week, highs will be back in the 50s by Monday, and temperatures in the 60s next Wednesday. Most of next week looks dry with a slight chance of rain on Thursday.


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