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Upto 6” of snow predicted in northern Butler County

Yesterday, the National Weather Service had issued an official graphic referring to their predictable forecast amount of the lake effect snow storm.

From Tuesday at 7am til Wednesday at 1pm, they had estimated 4”-6” of snow for the northern part of Butler County. Their forecasters also predicted 2”-3” of snow for most of Butler County, with 1”-2” for Cranberry Township.

This graphic can be seen on the official U.S. National Weather Service Pittsburgh, PA Facebook page.

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