• Single-digit temps, snow squalls greet Wednesday morning commuters


    PITTSBURGH - Drivers waking up early Wednesday morning to head to work or school were greeted by single-digit temperatures and snow squalls.

    Severe Weather Team meteorologist Kevin Benson said up to one inch of snow is possible throughout the day Wednesday, with a high only reaching 25 degrees and a wind chill of 5 degrees.

    Scattered snow showers will continue into Wednesday night, with a low of 14 degrees.

    Severe Weather Team's chief meteorologist Stephen Cropper said he's  also tracking another storm that could hit the Channel 11 viewing area Thursday night or Friday morning.

    “This storm will bring another wintry mix of potential freezing rain, snow and rain throughout the day Friday,” Cropper said.

    If you take great winter weather photos, feel free to share them on the iWitness 11 page at WPXI.com.

    Stick with Severe Weather Team 11 and WPXI.com for constantly updated weather information. Also, if you use an iPad, make sure to download Pittsburgh TV's only weather-specific app -- WPXI Severe Weather Team 11 for iPad. It's available for free in the iTunes App Store!

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