Parts of western Pennsylvania are subject to a winter weather advisory Thursday

A winter weather warning is in effect for parts of western Pennsylvania on Thursday as the first heavy snowfall of the season arrives. Click the video player above to watch the latest Pittsburgh Action Weather forecast. The advisory went into effect at 3 p.m. For the Fayette Ridges, the NWS has issued a winter storm warning. Pittsburgh’s Action Weather said snow would arrive Thursday night, starting south of I-70 at 4 p.m., in the city at 6 p.m. and ending just after 2 a.m. from west to east. The roads could be slippery which could impact the daily trips on Thursday evening and Friday morning. Learn More: Read Your County Weather Alert Interactive Radar: Track Storms Learn How To Turn On Automatic Weather Alerts On The WTAE Mobile App Total Snowfall Forecast For All Areas Of Western Pennsylvania By Pittsburgh’s Action Weather: I-80: 1 “Pittsburgh and surrounding area: 1-2” (maybe 3 “in some places) East of town: 2-5” Warning zones: 4-8 “(Laurels and Garrett County) It will stay cold Friday with only a few flurries during the day with our next system arriving on Sunday to be mostly rain but ending up in snow.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 for your location.

A winter weather warning is in effect for parts of western Pennsylvania on Thursday as the first heavy snowfall of the season arrives.

Click on the video player above to watch the latest forecast from Pittsburgh’s Action Weather.

The National Weather Service said Fayette, Greene and Westmoreland counties are subject to a winter weather advisory until 9 a.m. Friday. The advisory went into effect at 3 p.m.

For the Fayette Ridges, the NWS has issued a winter storm warning.

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Pittsburgh’s Action Weather said snow would arrive Thursday night, starting south of I-70 at 4 p.m., in the city at 6 p.m. and ending just after 2 a.m. from west to east.

The roads could be slippery which could impact the daily trips on Thursday evening and Friday morning.

The heaviest snow still gazes south and east of the city, particularly in Laurels and Garrett County, Maryland.

Here are the total snowfall amounts forecast for all parts of western Pennsylvania from Pittsburgh’s Action Weather:

  • I-80: 1 “
  • Pittsburgh and surrounding area: 1-2 “(maybe 3” in some places)
  • East of town: 2-5 “
  • Warning zones: 4-8 “(Laurels and Garrett County)

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It will stay cold Friday with only a few flurries during the day and our next system will arrive on Sunday to be mostly rain but ending up in snow.

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