PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – We’re past the polar vortex, but more cold temperatures are headed our way.

A clipper moving our direction will raise temperatures slightly Sunday, but scattered snow showers in the Pittsburgh-area will likely bring another inch or two of snow by Sunday.

However, by Tuesday the temperatures will drop off with highs in the mid-teens.

“The bottom drops out Wednesday morning with a low of 3 (degrees),” said meteorologist Kristin Emery.

Through the rest of January, temperatures will remain in the teens and twenties – with one warmer day squeezed in as next Saturday’s high is 38 degrees.

It’s a far cry from the polar vortex, but will still leave the end of January quite cold.

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