- Associated Press - Thursday, December 11, 2014

MEADVILLE, Pa. (AP) - The National Weather Service has upgraded a winter weather advisory in northwestern Pennsylvania to a winter storm warning.

The weather service now says up to 10 inches of snow is possible in Crawford and Erie counties by 11 p.m. Friday.

The same system is expected to produce three to six inches in Warren and McKean counties by Thursday night.

Flurries were forecast farther south, with the Pittsburgh area expecting less than an inch of snow. More was possible in the Laurel Mountains east and southeast of the city.

Clearfield and Dauphin counties remain under an advisory through 1 p.m. Thursday and were forecast to receive two to three inches of snow. Centre County, home to Penn State’s main campus, should get two to five inches.

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