By Jeff Verszyla

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Monday morning’s big chunk of snow is mostly past us, but some areas will still be getting some flurries overnight.

KDKA’s Chief Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla says it’s not expected to accumulate though.

“Usually by this point, we have put most of the snow behind us,” Verszyla said.

Last year at this time, Pittsburgh experienced 22 days with temperatures above 60 degrees between January and March. However, this year, we’ve only had five days that warm.

“Spring has certainly been, you can say, on spring break,” Verszyla said.

Most of the moisture will move out in the next day, but we’ll still see chilly temperatures throughout the rest of the week about 10 to 20 degrees below normal.

The continuing snow and cold temperatures also has many locals discouraged. Watch Trina Orlando’s report:

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