Storm warnings and advisories for Allegheny County

Winter weather advisories affecting the surrounding areas

Stephanie Kroll, Staff Writer

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Over the past couple months, the only weather conditions Bethel Park and the surrounding areas have gotten were cold temperatures, wind, rain showers, and some snow showers.

But according to local news channels such as Channel 11 and CBS Pittsburgh, on Monday night into Tuesday night, parts of Allegheny County are expected to get between 4 to 6 inches of snow.

And the temperature will be lurking at about 17 degrees in the night.

This winter weather advisory is claimed to be in effect starting on Monday at 8 p.m. through Tuesday at 11 p.m.

One meteorologist from the National Weather Service in Pittsburgh told the Post-Gazette that, “Just east of here and parts of the rest of Pennsylvania, and other areas east, are preparing for the worst.”

But even if Allegheny County does get a big storm, workers of PennDOT will try their best to keep the streets clear of anything that can cause a possible accident.

Even the spokesman of PennDOT, Steve Cowan, said the department is monitoring the weather and will make decisions Monday concerning pre-treating roads. He said he expects all 125 trucks in the district covering Allegheny, Beaver and Lawrence counties will be deployed.

So stay warm, and be prepared for this winter weather.

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