Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo
An advancing front will bring a bit of a wintry mix very late at night into Tuesday morning. It will also become windy Tuesday. After a midday high in the 30s to the lower 40s, the mercury will start to drop off a bit with scattered snow showers during the afternoon. Accumulations through Tuesday will be a coating to an inch or two across the Laurel Highlands and in areas near near I-80. There can be even a little more north of I-80. Wednesday will remain windy and cold with variable cloudiness and scattered snow showers. Temperatures will really not rise much at all on Wednesday. After a cold night Wednesday night, a ridge of high pressure will allow for sunshine to help to rebound temperatures back into the 30s on Thursday. The next system will bring an increase in cloudiness on Friday with a mix of rain and snow possible later in the day. With this system passing to our north we'll likely change to all rain showers on Saturday. Once the mild air arrives, it will stay for a while with temperatures reaching into the 40s Sunday and Monday with clouds, some sunshine and just the chance for a couple of rain showers.