Another potent winter storm is winding up to lower the boom on Western Pennsylvania. Light snow will begin to fall Tuesday afternoon and increase in intensity later Tuesday night before blizzard-like conditions unload on the Pittsburgh area Wednesday morning. Temperatures will drop to the teens and eventually single digits as sustained winds of 20-30 mph howl. This increases the danger for further power outages and damage to personal property. The weather on Wednesday should not be taken lightly. The storm slows down Thursday and into Friday with some trailing snow showers. I expect the Pittsburgh metro area to receive 8-14" of fresh snow.