According to KDKA-TV Meteorologist Dennis Bowman, a very complex weather system continues to affect the area, this morning.
What was originally thought to be a major snowstorm in Pittsburgh ended up being some light snow, followed by freezing rain and then rain.
As a result, many schools are operating on a two-hour delay this morning.
Had this all fallen as snow, we would be dealing with over eight inches of snow this morning. As it is, Pittsburgh received 2.3 inches and a half to three-quarters of an inch of rain.
The main issue today is a flash freeze that is taking place.
Temperatures are falling rapidly and will be in the upper-teens by late morning.
Temperatures will continue to fall into the mid-teens in the afternoon.
Watch for icy spots on sidewalks, streets and bridge decks.
Tonight's low is 9 degrees and we will have gusty northwest winds at 15-30 MPH with wind chills near zero.
According to the National Weather Service, West Middlesex in Mercer County received 8 inches of snow.
Meanwhile Mars only saw about three inches of snow as of 4 a.m.
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