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Gene J. Puskar
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AP
Updated snowfall forecasts issued by the National Weather Service on Sunday predict western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio and the West Virginia panhandle could see 6-12 inches of total snow accumulation by the time the winter storm warning expires at 1 p.m. Monday. The Pittsburgh area is expected to receive 8-12 inches.

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