Pittsbugh, PA is on the brink of breaking an all-time record. The most snow that Pittsburgh has ever recorded in one month is 40.2″. That is January of 1978. So far this year in the month of February, Pittsburgh has recieved a total 40.0″. A system that is moving in to the Mid Atlantic region is posed to potentially bring more than 0.2″ of snow to Pittsburgh, which would mean the long standing record record is broken. This system has been able to tap into gulf moisture and has already brought a couple of inches of snow to Chicago this morning and heavy snow continues to fall this afternoon in the southern portions of Michigan. Graphic below shows model estimated snow totals in west Pennsylvania.
Meanwhile, another system moving into Texas for the middle of the week isn’t expected to break any records but it will break a long standing streak of no snow. The last time measureable snow fell in San Angelo, TX was at the beginning of December. A system that is currently bring snow and rain to the southwest will be moving into central Texas and San Angelo could be recieving up to 7″ of fresh snow. Graphic below shows model estimates for snow totals in west Central Texas.