PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The snow will continue to taper off Saturday, giving way to some unseasonably warm temperatures in the coming week.
Saturday continues to stay cold though, with a high around 25 degrees.
Flurries are expected throughout the day, leaving only a thin covering. Less than 1 inch of snow is expected in the Pittsburgh area.
The Laurel Highlands could get a little more, at least a full inch of snow.
However, temperatures will start to warm up Monday and Tuesday into the mid-50s, almost feeling like spring.
“Now it won’t last,” KDKA’s Jon Burnett said.
Burnett warns that the quick transition of warm air will result in a mixed bag of winter weather. The change could result in some ice, making commuting tricky on Monday.
“Be prepared for a rough commute come Monday,” Burnett said.
But after the early-week warm-up, temperatures will continue to go back down and Pittsburgh could see more snow by the end of next week.