PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The extreme cold we’ve been dealing with has broken another record.
According to KDKA-TV Meteorologist Dennis Bowman, temperatures dropped to 9 degrees below zero at Pittsburgh International Airport early Tuesday morning.READ MORE: Police: Missing 13-Year-Old Marquay Bryant Last Seen In Brookline
The previous record low temperature for Feb. 24 was minus-2, which was set back in 1914.
Last week, we broke more records that had stood for decades.
The previous record low for Feb. 20 was minus-2 degrees, which was set back in 1936 and matched in 1968.
The new record is minus-8.READ MORE: Supply Chain Issues: How Are Global Shortages Affecting Local Customers?
In Butler, temperatures plunged to 17 degrees below zero this morning.
The good news is that temperatures will climb into the 20s today, with a high of 24 degrees.
We will see an overnight low of 16 degrees as some snow showers arrive in the morning. Bowman expects just a dusting for areas north of the city.
For Wednesday, we can expect a high of 25 degrees and a low of 6.
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