- Associated Press - Sunday, February 9, 2014

PITTSBURGH (AP) - More light snow is expected across much of Pennsylvania.

The National Weather Service expects snow to start falling late Sunday afternoon across much of southeastern Pennsylvania, with total accumulations ranging from half an inch to almost two inches. The snow is expected to stop in those areas by 10 p.m.

In Pittsburgh light snow was falling at noon, and an inch or two are expected. That’s in addition to light snow that fell across much of northwestern Pennsylvania overnight.

Temperatures are expected to drop to about 12 degrees Sunday night in Pittsburgh, but Monday will be warmer, with a high of about 20 degrees. The southeastern region is expected to see highs in the low 30s.

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