Temperatures drop to teens overnight, chill sticks around for Sunday

PITTSBURGH — Expect a very cold evening, with increasing clouds ahead of a cold front that will bring a few light snow showers or flurries in spots late tonight.

Temperatures will fall to the upper teens overnight, close to the record low of 17 degrees from 1980. Wind chills will be in the single digits to start the day on Sunday. Areas around Interstate 80 and north will see some lake-effect snow showers early Sunday morning. A few light snow showers or flurries are possible in spots north of Pittsburgh in the morning, otherwise, it will just be a very cold start.

Make sure to bundle up before you head out for the day, temperatures will only make it to the upper 20s in the afternoon. Winds will gust up to 25-30 mph tomorrow keeping the wind chill in the teens in the afternoon.

Look for a slow warming trend ahead of Thanksgiving Day. Expect dry conditions for traveling early in the week with rain showers developing by late Thanksgiving night into Friday morning. Cold air will return next weekend.

Stay with Severe Weather Team 11 for the latest on the bitter cold air for Sunday and holiday travel conditions around Thanksgiving Day.