Cold air, snow showers move through Friday before bigger system arrives next week

Quick moving system bringing a few flurries to Pittsburgh area (1/21/21)

Another shot of cold air and snow showers will move through Friday, with the best chance for snow north of Pittsburgh. The bigger impact will be felt in the colder temperatures which set up a brisk start to the weekend.

The wind chill Saturday will hover in the single digits and teens, so grab the extra layers and hand warmers if you head out for a hike on the trails or a walk around the block.

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Temperatures Sunday will climb near freezing, but the cold air will set the stage for the chance of snow late in the day.

A complicated system will bring several rounds of wintry weather early next week, including the threat for snow, a wintry mix and rain. Severe Weather Team 11 is watching this system closely, so check our forecast often for updates as the track, time and impacts come into focus.

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