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Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Pittsburgh PA
1143 PM EST SUN FEB 12 2017

OHZ041-PAZ007-013>016-020>023-073-074-WVZ001-130545-
Columbiana-Armstrong-Clarion-Mercer-Westmoreland-Allegheny-Indiana-
Jefferson-Butler-Lawrence-Westmoreland Ridges-Beaver-Hancock-
1143 PM EST SUN FEB 12 2017

...BANDS OF INTENSE SNOW SQUALLS WILL AFFECT PORTIONS OF SOUTHWEST
PENNSYLVANIA...

At 1139 PM EST, two bands of intense snow squalls were moving
southeast across northeast Ohio into southwestern Pennsylvania.
Movement was southeast at 40 mph.

Wind gusts to 50 mph are possible with this squall, and a quick inch
of snow accumulation may be observed.

Locations impacted include...
Pittsburgh...                     Penn Hills...
Ross Township...                  McCandless Township...
Monroeville...                    Cranberry...
Moon Township...                  New Castle...
Greensburg...                     Hermitage...
Sharon...                         Indiana...

This includes the following highways...
  Pennsylvania Turnpike between mile markers 1 and 65.

  Interstate 79 in Pennsylvania between mile markers 33 and 90.

  Interstate 80 in Pennsylvania between mile markers 0 and 22.

  Parkway North between mile markers 1 and 13.

Visibility will drop quickly to near zero in this intense squall.

Use caution if you must travel through this squall. Rapid changes in
visibility and road conditions are likely to lead to accidents.
Consider delaying travel until the squall passes.

LAT...LON 4028 7906 4016 7914 4017 7916 4069 8085
      4093 8087 4093 8082 4090 8082 4090 8052
      4132 8052 4090 7899
TIME...MOT...LOC 0439Z 322DEG 36KT 4087 7963 4133 8076

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