Forecast Calls for 1-3 Inches of Snow

The National Weather forecast has issued a winter weather advisory through 6 p.m. Friday.

A word to the wise: Be careful out there today.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory through 6 p.m. for the area—with between 1 and 3 inches of snow expected by tonight.

Flakes are expected to begin falling around 10 a.m., with “areas of blowing snow possible.”

And that weather may snarl traffic, so exercise caution on your daily commute to and from work, or wherever your travels take you today.

“Dangerous travel conditions are expected due to quickly falling temperatures icing over roads followed by strong winds and snow showers,” the National Weather Services indicated on its website.

If you are headed out and want to check traffic conditions in the area, click here. For access to traffic cameras through the state Department of Transportation, click here.

Editor’s Note: See road conditions that are less than prime? Email editor Andrea Bosco at andrea.bosco@patch.com and let us know. And remember to send us your snow pictures, too. If it is easier to text them, Andrea's number is 724-249-7697.

This story originally appeared on Canon-McMillan Patch, where it was first written by editor Amanda Gillooly.


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