PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It’s a big weekend in the ‘Burgh, and while another round of snow is expected to move through the area, it is not expected to disrupt any Super Bowl plans.
After a cold start to the day, temperatures will moderate to the low and mid-30s in western Pennsylvania this afternoon.
KDKA’s Dennis Bowman says sunshine will be replaced by afternoon and evening clouds. Also, it looks like a little snow will work its way into the area by about 3 a.m. or 4 a.m. Saturday.
Bowman says he expects a low of 26 degrees tonight and a high of 36 for Saturday.
The snow for Saturday morning should only amount to a dusting locally with as much as one to two inches to the southeast of the Pittsburgh metro area.
According to Bowman, the snow is a result of a storm system that will head to the middle Atlantic coast; so, areas east of Pittsburgh could see heavier amounts.
As for game day, Bowman says there should not be any weather problems for Steelers fans heading out to Super Bowl parties.
He says that Sunday looks like a mostly cloudy day with a few flurries, and then some snow possible late at night and into Monday. He expects a high of 38.