PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – It’s another mild start with many still in their low 40s along with some gusts of wind around 20-25 mph.
The winds will ease as the day progresses, but our temperatures don’t hover much from where we are now for our highs.
There’s still a little drizzle this morning, but we’re drying out today and clouds are sticking around.
Tomorrow morning we are looking at a very fast moving, weak, low pressure area that would bring snow to the area.
This will mostly overfly south of Pittsburgh, leaving areas along the ridges and higher elevations with 1-2 “.
It looks like we’re seeing something, less than an inch at most, so little to no build-up to be expected.
Much of the accumulation will remain in places like Tucker Co, W. Va. Where winter storm clocks are in operation and they could catch up anywhere between 3 and 8 inches.
Our highs for the next week won’t be until the mid-30s and will be below freezing again.
Wednesday seems like our next best chance for snow, but it’s too early to determine exactly how much.
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