Perhaps in retribution for the mild winter, a rare spring is predicted to be on the way for the area.
The has issued a winter storm watch late Sunday night through Monday evening.
Rain is predicted to change to snow after midnight Sunday night with the heaviest snowfall on Monday morning. Six inches of accumulation is expected in the area. However, one to three inches of accumulation is predicted for the Cranberry area.
"A heavy, wet accumulation of snow is expected that may cause significant problems with the downing of tree limbs that have developed leaves which may in turn spawn power outages. Some travel difficulties can be expected Monday morning as well," according to the weather statement.
The area can expect northwest winds blowing at 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 45 mph. Temperatures will be in the low 30s.
Visibilities might be reduced to less that a quarter of a mile during the heaviest snowfall Monday morning.
What do you think about the winter storm watch issued? When was the last time you remember snow at the end of April? Tell us in the comments.