The National Weather Service says Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas are expected to see snowfall beginning between 12p.m. and 2 p.m. "There will [also] be a risk for power outages in the Northeast from this storm, mainly due to the heavy and wet nature of the snow".
Experts predict the biggest storm of the year to strike Sunday night and into Monday morning.
Total snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches of snow is expected for more accumulation expected south of the metro.
New Jersey is expected to experience several inches of snow. The hazardous conditions could impact those traveling Sunday night, and the Monday morning commute.
Winds may gust as high as fifty-five miles per hour.
The light snow that fell Saturday morning was almost gone by the end of the day, but a more significant late-winter punch is on its way.
A Winter Weather Advisory means periods of snow will cause primarily travel difficulties.
The coming week will then seem more like January than March, with overnight low temperatures around ten degrees Monday through Wednesday.
The storm is expected to burn itself out between 7 and 9 a.m., giving way to cold temperatures. Tuesday will be sunny with a high near 30, winds reaching about 21 miles per hour.