Overnight freezing rain means school delays in Pittsburgh region

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Several school districts in the Pittsburgh region are operating on a two-hour delay this morning after overnight freezing rain.

Some districts in Armstrong, Fayette, Venango, Indiana counties were starting two hours later this morning. A full listing is available on the website of the Post-Gazette's news partner, KDKA-TV.

Areas of lower elevation, including Fayette and Westmoreland counties, experienced the bulk of wet, freezing conditions in southwestern Pennsylvania, said John Darnley, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Pittsburgh, based in Moon.

The Pennsylvania Turnpike is under a weather advisory this morning. Travelers are urged to drive slower and be alert of changing weather conditions and reduced visibility.

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