• Weak system bringing light rain, snow showers could cause icy spots


    PITTSBURGH - A weak system will bring a few light rain or snow showers into the area through early Thursday.

    A few icy spots will be possible on untreated surfaces, especially north of Pittsburgh where temperatures will be closer to freezing. 

    Any rain or snow showers will end early, then, winds from the south will bring milder temperatures into the area during the day.

    By Thursday afternoon, high temperatures will top out in the mid 40s. 

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    The break in our active weather pattern will be short though, as another system moves in Friday.

    Wet weather will slow the commute home Friday afternoon, with periods of rain off and on Friday night through Saturday. 

    Rainfall amounts of 0.10 to 0.25 inches are possible, with isolated higher amounts of 0.50 inches.

    You'll need your umbrella through Sunday as rain tapers off in the afternoon.

    Severe Weather Team 11
    Stephen Cropper
    Scott Harbaugh
    Kevin Benson
    Danielle Dozier
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