Cold temperatures continue Saturday as winter storm draws near

PITTSBURGH — Wind chills start out in the single digits this morning. Highs will reach the 20s, and wind chills will be in the teens. Clouds will increase throughout the day.

You have Saturday and the first half of the day Sunday to prepare for the winter storm. The winter storm moves in Sunday PM through Monday. The main time for steady widespread snow will be Sunday night. Several inches of snow are anticipated. Continue to check in with Severe Weather Team 11 for updates.

If you want to receive alerts about weather, download our Severe Weather Team 11 app.

Be sure to drive with caution on snowy and icy roads, limit your exposure to the extreme cold, and bring your pets inside.

After the bulk of the snowfall Sunday night into Monday morning, snow showers will fade, but linger into the afternoon and evening. Severe Weather Team 11 will provide updates on air, online, and on the app.

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You’ll want to check the Severe Weather Team 11 forecast as we head into the weekend. We will be updating the forecast on every newscast and constantly bringing you more on the free Severe Weather Team 11 app.