By Ray Petelin

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — This week has come with some of the coldest temperatures the Pittsburgh region has seen, so far this season.

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Meteorologist Ray Petelin says we could be in for possible record low temperatures next week.

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Petelin says, there is an old saying, though, that goes “you ain’t seen nothin’ yet”.

That saying holds very true for the Arctic air that has Pittsburgh on its itinerary.

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While this weekend comes with a chill, we will see a modest warm up early in the week.

That does not last long, though. Arctic air will start draining into the area on Tuesday, setting us up for a round of sub zero temperatures Wednesday night, Thursday and Early Friday.

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Wind chills could drop as low as 35 degree below zero next week, that’s a worse case scenario.

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High temperatures these days will be lucky to lift out of the single digits, too.