Winter storm watch for the region from Sunday to Monday

TRY TO BE THE CLOUD DECK IN THE DAY TOMORROW. IT IS 5 AM THIS AFTERNOON. NO RUSH. GOING INTO TOMORROW ALSO MORE CLOUDS THEN SUN EXPECTED BUT A DRY DAY FROM BEGINNING TO END. WE GOING FORWARD UNTIL SUNDAY, AND FIRST THING SUNDAY MORNING, WAKE UP AT 7:30 SUNDAY MORNING, IT WILL BE A GREAT DAY OUTSIDE WITH SUN, BUT CLOUDS WILL INCREASE IN LATE MORNING AND YOU WILL NOTICE THE SUNSET IS SHORTLAFY TER AS THE FIRST SNOWFLAKES BEGIN TO FLY SOUTH TO NORTH THROUGH THE REGION. SNOW WILL MOVE THROUGH THE REGION THE REMAINDER OF THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT. IT IS POSSIBLE THAT WE WILL SEE A MIX OF FREEZING RAIN DURING A PERIOD OF TIMEL WIL MIXON REEF AFTER MIDNIGHT UNTIL 2 OR 3 AM. THIS COULD HELP REDUCE SNOW TOTALS IN SOME LOCATIONS. A WINTER WEATHER WATCH WILL BE IN EFFECT UNTIL 1 AM MONDAY. HERE’S WHAT WE EXPECT BETWEEN 6:00 AM SUNDAY NIGHT AND 9:00 AM MONDAY MORNING. FIVE TO NINE INCHES OVER MOST AREA. SLIGHTLY HIGHER NUMBERS IN THE NORTH AND SLIGHTLY LEFT — SLIGHTLY LESS IN THE SOUTH AND EAST. THE SNOWFALL AMOUNTS SHOULD DIMINISH OR MONDAY MORNING. 35 TODAY MAINLY CLOUDY SKIES. TONIGHT ALSO MAINLY CLOUDY, UP TO 14 DEGREES. TOMORROW, WE REMAIN IN THE 20S RFO MAXIMUMS. WITH CLOUDS, THERE MAY BE A FEW SUNNY BRESAKS IN THE AFTERNOON. SUNDAY BEGINS WITH SUNNY, ENDS WITH CLOUDS AND ARRIVING SNOW, CARRYING ONTO MONDAY. ALERTAN DAY LATE SUNDAY TO MONDAY. TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN IN THE 30S NEXT WEEK.

Western Pa. will be under a winter storm watch Sunday through Monday

A winter storm watch has been issued for the entire western Pennsylvania region from Sunday afternoon through Monday by the National Weather Service. Click on the video player above to watch the latest forecast which shows the path of the storm. The winter storm watch includes Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Clarion, Greene, Fayette, Indiana, Jefferson, Lawrence, Washington and Westmoreland counties. Click here for the latest total snow projections from Action Weather Pittsburgh. The National Weather Service says travel could become very difficult. Download the WTAE app to stay connected with severe weather alerts and breaking news. Already have the WTAE mobile app? Click here to learn how to get automatic storm and severe weather alerts where you are.

A winter storm watch was issued for the entire western Pennsylvania region from Sunday afternoon through Monday by the National Weather Service.

Click on the video player above to watch the latest forecast which shows the storm’s track.

The winter storm watch includes Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Clarion, Greene, Fayette, Indiana, Jefferson, Lawrence, Washington and Westmoreland counties.

Click here for the latest total snow projections from Pittsburgh’s Action Weather.

The National Weather Service says travel could become very difficult.

Download the WTAE app to stay connected with severe weather alerts and the latest news.

Already have the WTAE mobile app? Click here to learn how to get automatic storm and severe weather alerts where you are.

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