PITTSBURGH - Snow has moved out, but Severe Weather Team 11 is tracking a drop in temperatures that could impact your morning.
UPDATE: 10:30 p.m.: Temperatures are starting to drop now that snow has moved out, and they will continue until they bottom out in the 20s. Windchill in the teens will mean a cold start to your day as you leave for school and work.
UPDATE 6:30 p.m. - Snow and wind whip through Butler County.
UPDATE 5:16 p.m. - Snow flurries are falling west of the city right now. Channel 11's Courtney Brennan is seeing snow near Greentree on the Parkway West.
Snow flurries now WEST of the city...seeing snow fall near Greentree on the Parkway West. #WPXI— Courtney Brennan (@WPXI_Courtney) December 6, 2018
UPDATE 3:47 p.m. - Keep an eye on quick changing road conditions and reduced visibility
MODERATE SNOW possible in some areas tonight. Watch for quickly changing road conditions and reduced visibility. LIVE LOOK AT RADAR-Channel 11 News at 5pm. pic.twitter.com/S1ns77qYZq— Stephen Cropper (@WPXICropper) December 6, 2018
UPDATE 3:11 p.m. - There will be snow in the area this evening.
We're tracking the threat of a moderate burst of snow which could cause a quick accumulation during the evening commute. Visibility could also drop in moderate bands of snow.
Temperatures will drop below freezing, with untreated surfaces becoming icy before midnight.
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