The clouds were hanging tough throughout the day thanks to a disturbance passing to our north. This also brought some flurries to the region. It was another chilly day with temperatures only getting to the upper 20s to the middle 30s. We will have a break in the clouds, but the clouds will start to increase and thicken through the overnight as an area of low pressure will be moving to our area. It will be cold for tonight with low temperatures in the 20s, but some of the cooler spots can touch the upper teens. The clouds will continue through tomorrow and we will have a light wintry mix, that is looking to be mostly snow north of Route 22. There can still be a slushy coating on grassy surfaces with up to an inch in the Laurel Highlands. It will be another cold day with high temperatures not getting out of the 30s.