Snow falls in Pittsburgh Friday morning; snow showers coming to end tonight

Scattered snow showers will come to an end Friday night after Pittsburgh received up to 4 inches of snow in some areas throughout the day. Pittsburgh’s Action Weather meteorologist Alex Alecci said we will see a chance of an isolated snow shower overnight but most areas will stay dry. Another round of light scattered snow showers will return Saturday night. Tap the video player above to watch the latest forecast from Pittsburgh’s Action Weather.Snow was heavy at times in the morning. Accumulating snow impacted road conditions throughout the Pittsburgh area for the morning commute. A winter weather advisory from the National Weather Service expired at 1 p.m. We will see a mix of sun and clouds Saturday morning with temperatures feeling like the teens. Highs will warm into the mid-30s in the afternoon before another round of light scattered snow showers return in the evening. Interactive radar: Track the snow as it moves through your areaTap the video player above to see how crashes snarled the morning commute in the North Hills. 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 severe weather alerts for where you live.

Scattered snow showers will come to an end Friday night after Pittsburgh received up to 4 inches of snow in some areas throughout the day.

Pittsburgh’s Action Weather meteorologist Alex Alecci said we will see a chance of an isolated snow shower overnight but most areas will stay dry.

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Another round of light scattered snow showers will return Saturday night.

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

Snow was heavy at times in the morning. Accumulating snow impacted road conditions throughout the Pittsburgh area for the morning commute. A winter weather advisory from the National Weather Service expired at 1 p.m.

We will see a mix of sun and clouds Saturday morning with temperatures feeling like the teens. Highs will warm into the mid-30s in the afternoon before another round of light scattered snow showers return in the evening.

Tap the video player above to see how crashes snarled the morning commute in the North Hills.

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 severe weather alerts for where you live.