Once again, Western PA will miss out on a big snowstorm thanks to a surge of warm southern air. This weekend, models thought a push of cold air could lead to some moderate snow totals in the area, but there is now certainty that almost all precipitation will fall as rain. The northernmost towns of Western PA could see some moderate snow, but even there totals will be hampered by rain. The snow will begin late tonight and into tomorrow morning, but accumulation will be low enough to avoid any significant impact for the morning commute.
Each predicted measurable snow event will have a roundup article like this one posted, so that you can view each network’s predictions for the storm. After the last flake has fallen, we will post an article inspecting who had the most (and least) accurate snowfall forecast in our Forecast Analysis. Note: Since WPXI and KDKA are forecasting all rain, they did not have snow maps available by 12:30pm Tuesday, our cutoff time.
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