Community center closed, but meal delivery will continue Wednesday
The Plum Community Center will be closed on Wednesday due to the cold temperatures, according the center Director Nina Segelson.
Segelson said the home-delivered meal program will continue as scheduled.
Forecasters at the National Weather Service expect temperatures to drop below zero on Wednesday, along with severe wind chills. The high temperature in Pittsburgh on Wednesday should reach 10 or 11 degrees, though the wind will make it feel as cold as 15 below zero, according to the weather service.
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