Tonight, we will have plenty of clouds around with snow showers developing after midnight as an arctic front approaches the region. Low temperatures tonight will be dropping the middle and upper 20s.
Snow will taper to snow showers and flurries Tuesday and colder air will start moving into the region. Snow accumulations will be 1 to 3 inches, but the higher elevations of the Laurel Highlands and north of I-80 can see 3 to 6 inches of snow. This will create slick road conditions for Tuesday morning, and it will become windy so the snow may drift back onto the roads. Now we will have early high temperatures in the lower to middle 30s on Tuesday, but by the afternoon our temperatures will be down into the teens. Tuesday night will be variably cloudy with some flurries around and it will be cold and quite windy with our low temperatures falling to below zero and one again the wind will make it feel much colder. We will have more clouds than sunshine with some snow showers and flurries Wednesday. It will be quite cold with our high temperatures not getting out of the single digits, but the wind will help to make it feel much colder. We will have clouds and sunshine on Thursday, but it will still be a frigid day as high temperatures will once again only reach the single digit and the wind will help to make it much colder. As we head into Friday, we will start to warm up just a bit, but it will still be cold. High temperatures will in the middle to upper teens under a mix of clouds and sunshine and some flurries are possible. Saturday will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine with our high temperatures reaching into the middle and upper 20s. Sunday will have increasing clouds with showers developing, but there can be a wintry mix. High temperatures Sunday will get into the lower and middle 30s. Showers will come to an end and the clouds will slowly break. High temperatures will reach the middle to upper 30s.