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February Snow Starts Off Slow, But Steady

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – February will bring a lot more snow, but only a little bit is expected in the next few days.

February is expected to be the coldest and snowiest month of the season, with the possibility of about 18 inches of snow, according to KDKA-TV Chief Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla.

It’s expected to snow everyday through early next week, but with little or no accumulation.

Flurries Friday are expected to taper off, but temperatures will remain cold.

Many areas will stay in the single digits or slightly below zero with wind chill. Some winds up to 25 miles per hour will leave the day a little blustery.

A bit more snow is expect over the weekend as a clipper moves through.

About an inch of snow is expected to accumulate Saturday and Sunday.

The northern Snow Belt area, including Warren, Mercer and Venango counties could get a few inches over the weekend.

Temperatures in the next five days will remain in the teens and low 20s.

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