• Overnight flurries will give way to Winter Storm Watch on Monday

    By: Kevin Benson

    Updated:

    Wind chill values in the teens to near 20 much of the time will dominate Sunday night and early Monday. 

    WATCH CHANNEL 11 MORNING NEWS FOR THE LATEST TIMING ON MONDAY SNOWFALL

    Snow flurries will cross the region overnight as another weak disturbance pushes through the area.

    A few locations may see up to coating, some select spots in the north and east may see a bit more, and a few inches are possible in the snow belt just south of Lake Erie.

    DOWNLOAD THE SEVERE WEATHER TEAM 11 APP

    A stronger wave will plow through later Monday evening and early on Tuesday, perhaps an inch or so of snow in the southern counties. A few inches are possible along Interstate 80, where a winter storm watch begins Monday evening and runs through Wednesday afternoon due to strong lake effect snow showers.  

    Severe Weather Team 11 will be adjusting the precise timing and the snow amounts on Channel 11 Morning News.

    Another blast of even colder air will keep highs in the 20s on Wednesday with lows in the teens.


    TRENDING NOW:


    Severe Weather Team 11
     
    Stephen Cropper
     
    Scott Harbaugh
     
    Valerie Smock
     
    Kevin Benson
     
    Click to Download
     


     

    Next Up:


  • Headline Goes Here

    Overnight flurries will give way to Winter Storm Watch on Monday

  • Headline Goes Here

    Pittsburgh Traffic: Updates on Monday's morning commute

  • Headline Goes Here

    AIR QUALITY ALERT: Hot, humid Monday leading to potentially unhealthy conditions

  • Headline Goes Here

    Heat, humidity will continue into Monday

  • Headline Goes Here

    Car goes airborne, flips onto its roof in South Side