“Nonetheless a little bit of uncertainty,” however the winter storm might convey massive quantities of snow early subsequent week – CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – There are some light showers of snow this afternoon and evening, but little to no accumulation is expected. We can handle that!

Our temperatures struggled to get it to 30 degrees and that won’t change much over the weekend. Even colder air, says KDKA meteorologist Mary Ours, will arrive at the beginning of the week.

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She says we’re watching two systems right now.

A fault that will move in on Saturday, but the models choose the snow sums back. Sometimes we even see a little mix with temperatures just below freezing. The only problem is slippery roads.

The dry air moves on Sunday, making it a quiet day before some large bumps of snow appear at the start of the week.

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There is still uncertainty about what will come Monday through Tuesday. What we do know is that we will be exposed to a huge area of ​​low pressure, but where the limit for rain and snow is important.

Monday seems to encounter heavy snowfall for anyone who commutes in the morning. There is a short break in the evening, then more snow and even rain / freezing rain comes from the south.

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It all depends on how far north the warm air goes.

Areas north of I-80 were supposed to retain all snow with significant amounts of snowfall, while areas south and even in Pittsburgh could see rain, sleet, and even freezing rain. We are watching it closely.

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