Temperatures stay cold through Saturday, chances of snow flurries

Temperatures stay cold through Saturday, chances of snow flurries

Grab the hats, gloves and hand warmers as you head out Saturday. Colder temperatures and a few snow flurries will be a good reminder that winter is trying to stick around.

Wind chills will be in the low 20s through the start of the St. Patrick’s Day parade.

Sunday will start dry, but another fast moving system will push snow showers back into the area through the afternoon and evening. Rain showers will mix in at times, but a slushy accumulation will be possible on grassy areas and a few slick spots may develop by early Monday morning.

Stay with Severe Weather Team 11 for the latest on the track and impacts and download the WPXI Weather App to stay aware of changing weather conditions.


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