Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton
Another round of flurries and snow showers are moving into Western Pennsylvania this evening. The majority of the snowflakes will be falling north of I-80, but communities to the south could still see some snow. Accumulations will be up to an inch of new snow, but many communities will see no new accumulation.
The clouds will remain during the overnight hours as the last part of this disturbance pushes through. Monday will start with a few flurries and temperatures in the low to mid 20s. By the afternoon any snow will come to an end and we'll be partly to mostly sunny with high temperatures in the mid 30s to around 40.
Monday is the start of a warming trend that will take us through most of, if not all, of this week. The wind will be a little stronger Tuesday and Wednesday as temperatures climb into the low and mid 40s.
Clouds will start increasing overnight Wednesday into Thursday as a disturbance starts moving in. Temperatures will be warm enough that rain, not snow; will begin late Thursday/early Friday. Right now it looks like this pattern will continue into the weekend.