NWS: Bitter cold, snow to return
School officials, students and parents beware: The next blast of cold weather will bring the possibility of more snow, according to the National Weather Service in Moon Township.
Meteorologist Brad Rehak said it is too early for a definite forecast on how much snow might be possible.
“I don't know about a lot of snow, but there could be some late Tuesday into Wednesday, maybe,” said Rehak, who added it will be much colder late next week.
The forecast issued by the Pittsburgh office and found at its online site: Temperatures below freezing starting Sunday night. High temperatures will be in the mid-20s starting on Wednesday, with lows in the low teens each night.
The forecast calls for the possibility of snow showers each day.
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