PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Some warmer temperatures sweeping through will create the opportunity for freezing rain Monday.

The National Weather Service has put out freezing rain advisories for Cambria, Jefferson and Somerset counties until 9 a.m. Tuesday morning, which will affect most of central Pennsylvania.

Temperatures Monday will dip down a little bit, but will be back up again by Tuesday.

The day will start out warm, but a cold front will sweep through bringing rain and some possible flurries heading into the next day.

“It’s going to be an up and down week for sure,” KDKA’s Jon Burnett said.

Some of the areas at higher elevations east of Pittsburgh could get some snow showers by Tuesday though.

By Wednesday temperatures will be back up again, getting as high as the mid-40s.

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