Winter weather advisory issued for Western Pennsylvania, much of region
January 24, 2014 12:32 PM
Frost forms a pattern inside a storefront window on Chartiers Avenue in McKees Rocks on Friday.
Snow and ice cover North Park Lake, where an ice fisherman set up on Thursday.
By Jon Schmitz / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for all of Western Pennsylvania starting at midnight.
The advisory also extends across Ohio, northern West Virginia, parts of western Maryland and into western New York.
The weather service forecasts 2 to 4 inches of snow in Pittsburgh, much of it falling before noon Saturday. The advisory expires at 6 p.m. Saturday.
Today's expected high of 15 will be followed by highs in the low 20s Saturday and Sunday, with a low of 3 Saturday night and minus-11 wind chill.
After snow showers on Sunday, temperatures will plummet, reaching a high of 13 and a low of minus-5 on Monday, according to the weather service. Temperatures won't break out of the single digits on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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