Lake-effect snow warning says 6 to 10 inches possible in northwestern Pennsylvania


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ERIE, Pennsylvania — The National Weather Service has issued a lake-effect snow warning through 3 p.m. Friday for Pennsylvania's two most northwestern counties.

The service says six to 10 inches of snow are possible in Erie and Crawford counties, including the municipalities of Erie, Meadville and Edinboro.

A similar warning issued earlier this week called for as much as 2 feet of snow for those areas, but produced less than an inch as a band of snow produced by Lake Erie wound up being much narrower than expected. Erie did tie a record for a low temperature on Tuesday, however, matching the 14-degree record set for the same date in 1959.

Warren County, at the northern end of the Allegheny National Forest. Could also receive significant lake-effect snow.

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