• Bands of snow cover roads, wind chills in single digits

    By: Scott Harbaugh


    PITTSBURGH - Narrow bands of light, fluffy snow are coated many untreated roads Wednesday morning, and the snow continued to move through western Pennsylvania into the afternoon. 

    A quick half inch of snow is possible in these bands of snow showers. 

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    The snow showers will decrease in coverage throughout Wednesday. 

    Most areas that see snow will see a total of an inch or less through the day. The mountains will see an additional 1 to 3 inches of snow.

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    Dozens of school districts, including Pittsburgh, delayed classes Wednesday as wind chills across the area neared zero degrees.  

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    Winds will gust to near 40 mph at times later Wednesday, keeping wind chills in the single digits for much of the day.  High temperatures will make it into the mid 20s.



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