PITTSBURGH - An East Coast storm could cause snow accumulation in the Pittsburgh area next week.
Severe Weather Team 11 Chief Meteorologist Stephen Cropper said it’s too early to tell if the system will hit the East Coast, but it is possible.
If the system develops, the Pittsburgh area would likely get accumulation Tuesday into Wednesday.
Meantime, snow flurries are possible Thursday night in higher elevations.
The temperature will be around 32 degrees, Cropper said.
The wind chill will be in the 20s and make it feel much colder.
Friday will be cold as well. Expect a temperature of 32 degrees at 7 a.m. At noon, the temperature will be around 39 degrees.
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