PITTSBURGH (AP) — Forecasters continue to call for snow to being falling across much of Pennsylvania by tonight, but the question remains, how much?
AccuWeather and the National Weather Service say a wintry mix of rain and freezing drizzle will fall in some areas earlier today, with snow arriving later in the day in most areas and falling into Monday afternoon.
State College, the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia are all expected to receive at least 6 inches, and as much as a foot. Pittsburgh figures to receive at least 6 inches, and Indiana County is in line for 4-6 inches.
Persistent, if not significant, snowstorms have already dumped 66 inches on Indiana County this season, with 28 inches of that coming in February alone, according to Accuweather. Normal total snowfall locally through February is 38 inches.