The rest of tonight we will be variably coudy with our low temperatures in the teens and a few locations in the lower 20s.
Clouds will be thickening tomorrow with snow developing during the afternoon and evening that can cause some slick spots for the evening commute. Tomorrow will also turn out to be a chilly day with high temperatures in the 20s to near the 30-degree mark. The snow will continue Thursday night into Friday morning and will bring a widespread 1 to 3 inches of snow to the region. Some of the higher elevations of the Laurel Highlands can see a bit more than 3 inches. This can cause issues for your morning commute on Friday so you will want to give yourself some extra time. The rest of Friday will have plenty of clouds with some lingering snow showers and flurries along and west of Route 219. High temperatures Friday will reach the lower and middle 30s. Now we are still keeping an eye on the system over the weekend. Right now Saturday we will be dealing with snow developing that may develop a bit of mix in the southern part of the state. Now details on this system will become clearer as we get closer to the event. Sunday a cold front will move through and snow will taper to snow showers before coming to an end Sunday night. Then much colder air will filter in for Martin Luther King Day as our high temperatures will not get out of the teens. We will move a little closer to our average high tempertures by the middle of the week.