Overnight Forecast, Saturday December 14, 2013

The snow will turn to an icy mix much of it comes to an end in the early hours of Sunday.
Updated: Saturday night, December 14th
Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton

The bands of snow are tapering off and turning over to an icy mix in places. The Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 4 a.m. Sunday for the region. Indiana and Jefferson Counties have a Winter Weather Advisory now until 4 a.m. Road conditions are bad enough PennDOT has lowered the speed limit on some of the major roadways. Please slow down so you don’t end up adding to the number of accidents from this storm. Even as we go into Sunday a few snow showers and flurries will be left over, mainly in the Laurel Highlands. Westerly winds will pick up Sunday and some valley communities could get above freezing with the chance of clouds breaking for sunshine, but the wind chill will make it feel like temperatures are in the teens and low 20s. Overall for the first half of the week colder air will be over the region, with low temperatures in the teens and highs in the 20s. Flurries and snow showers are possible Monday through Wednesday, but we will dry out for the second half of the week. Warmer air will move in for the weekend, with 40° possible for many locations.
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