PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Winter weather warnings have been issued for elevated areas and some areas north of I-80.
At this point it looks like the places most likely to see slippery spots are east-facing peaks of the Laurels and some very isolated spots on the northern edge of the “snow belt”.
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Temperatures for everyone else are still hanging in their upper 30s at 4:00 a.m.
The advice ends at different times this morning.
Slippery roads and sidewalks, as well as bridges, are possible this morning in areas where advice has been given.
The reason the notices were issued is because of the light rain that develops along the leading edge of a warm front.
The temperatures will be warmer today. The highs should be reached this afternoon in the mid-1950s.
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We barely cracked 40 degrees for the day’s high yesterday.
The sky is mostly cloudy today with cloudy skies for the morning. The winches will be variable and light.
Looking at the work week, Wednesday will be dry and hit highs in the 1960s.
The best chance of rain of the week for the week comes on Thursday, when a large system with an associated cold front slides through.
On Thursday it will rain for everyone, and on Friday it will rain early.
Friday temperatures will be cooler before we warm up again for the weekend.
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