Upper St. Clair residents and holiday visitors woke up to dry conditions Wednesday morning, but snow and freezing rain are on the way.
The National Weather Service in Moon Township issued a winter storm warning for Upper St. Clair and surrounding areas Wednesday morning.
Snow will develop by mid-morning. A period of very heavy snow is likely from mid-morning into early this afternoon. Precipitation will taper to light snow or freezing drizzle this evening.
Upper 20s and lower 30s
The winter storm warning expires at 6 a.m. Thursday.
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