PITTSBURGH -- Winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings have ended, but the cold temperatures and high wind gusts aren't leaving the area yet.
The scattered snow seen much of the weekend in the Pittsburgh area is moving east and has been replaced with extremely cold temperatures. Sunday’s high is 25 degrees and the low Sunday night is 15.
There is a slight chance of snow flurries and a few snow showers later Sunday afternoon and into early evening. Channel 11’s Kevin Benson said some areas will see about one more inch of snow.
Benson expects wind will continue to gust at over 20 mph Sunday. Wind chill values will be in the single digits, near zero for all of Sunday and overnight.
The winter weather should be passed our area by Monday. The high temperature is 34 degrees and plenty of sunshine is expected.
Bitter cold temps, wind chill values near zero expected through Sunday night
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