Sub-Zero Temperatures Expected Monday
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The bitter cold temperatures will continue to fall over the next couple of days.
According to the National Weather Service, a Wind Chill Watch will be in effect from Monday evening through Tuesday morning.
Temperatures could fall to 10-15 degrees below zero with wind chills reaching 30 below zero.
Monday’s high is expected to be around 25 degrees. However, Tuesday’s high will only be 5 degrees with a low of minus-7 degrees.
As for today, Meteorologist Kristin Emery says it will be cloudy and cold and breezy in the afternoon with a little snow and a high of 22 degrees.
“It will be a cold one [Sunday] morning dipping down to 1 degree for your low, if not zero, 12 by lunchtime, 22 later in the afternoon,” Emery said.
“Little bit of a chance of a snow shower [Sunday] afternoon into [Sunday] evening,” she added. “Then, a little bit of a break, this next system moves through, gives us a reinforcing shot of arctic air. Yes, that deep freeze is going to keep us well below average. You see everyone five to 10 degrees below average.”
The recent cold temperatures have forced many schools to either cancel classes or delayed openings.
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