I believe that many areas in Pittsburgh will see right around 6″ of snow fall over the next 36 hours. However, the short-range American weather model is showing colder upper air temperatures, which would produce more snow. If this model is accurate, we will see more snow, perhaps in the 6-12″ range.
As a reminder, this snow is considered “heart attack” type of snow. Use caution when removing the snow. You might want to consider waiting to let it melt. Also, if we do get higher amounts, in the 8-12″ range, we might see power outages due to the weight of the snow on tree branches.
The below normal temperatures will persist as we move into April.