Snow possible Tuesday, accumulation possible east and north of Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH — The first snowflakes of the season move in Tuesday, but most areas will not see much of it stick.

Snow arrives by mid-morning for most areas, and by that time temperatures are expected to be above freezing creating a rain-snow mix.

Roads will be mainly wet from Pittsburgh to Butler to Greensburg, but a light coating of snow is possible on mulch beds. The better chance for accumulating snow will be east and north of Pittsburgh. 

Temperatures will fall back below freezing by early Wednesday, and a few light snow showers could create some slick spots.

Any snow that does stick will melt as we head through the week with temperatures pushing near 60 by the weekend.

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