PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Spring is supposed to be just around the corner, but cold weather is what’s in the forecast for the Pittsburgh area.
Temperatures through the weekend and in the coming week aren’t expected to exceed the mid-to-high 30s.
Flurries and intermittent snow showers are expected this weekend, but a storm could roll through Wednesday bringing a heavier snowfall.
“And it actually is going to depend on the exact track of the storm as to whether we get significant snowfall or any snow at all,” KDKA’s Jon Burnett said.
Burnett says snow in March is not unheard of, but it is uncommon. The blizzard of 1993 happened in mid-March, 20 years ago, bringing two feet of snow in two days.
Depending on how Wednesday’s storm affects our area, it could bring a few – or several – inches.
KDKA will keep you updated on the latest weather developments.