Snowfall about 17 inches below average in Pittsburgh

Snowfall about 17 inches below average in Pittsburgh
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We are headed toward the end of March and it’s been a wet month for the city of Pittsburgh. March has seen 3.54 inches of rain which is 1.41 inches above average.

It was a warm winter for the area and snow has certainly been lacking. Pittsburgh has only seen 21.6 inches of snow since October 1 which is about 17 inches below average.

If the month ended today, this snow season would go down as the 14th least-snowiest on record for Pittsburgh.

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