A storm from Friday evening into Saturday morning has dumped several inches of snow around Western Pennsylvania.
Pittsburgh city officials say Downtown received around 5 inches, with more to the north and west of the city.
Up to 6.3" storm total snowfall here at the office as of 7 AM. Please pass along your snow reports!
— NWS Pittsburgh (@NWSPittsburgh) January 13, 2018
RabbleVID’s Veronica Buccilli measured 5 inches of snow in Export.
RabbleVID’s Jess Levo captured the snow drifts under her covered porch in Canonsburg– brought on by gusty winds.
Canonsburg received about 4 inches of snow.
Greene County received about 2-4 inches.
The city is still operating under a Level 2 Snow Event.
❄️#Pittsburgh Snow Alert elevated to Level 2. Requesting residents to remain off roadways to allow crews to best service streets. Our goal is to have all roadways treated 32 hours from end of snowfall. Snow plow tracker: https://t.co/16n62xABmv ❄️ Please be safe & warm!
— PGH311 (@Pgh311) January 12, 2018
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