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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — We are off to another cold start in the low teens, but not as windy.

Much of the day looks cloudy and dry with high temperatures near freezing but there is a small chance for light snow south of I-70 and along the ridges later in the evening leaving 1/2″ to 1″ of fresh snow.

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The setup we are looking at for Monday is tricky and what type of precipitation we see is all dependent on the difference of a few degrees.

The timing and temperatures are the big point to focus on.

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High temperatures will be near 40 degrees so rain, sleet, snow and even freezing rain in the ridges and Laurels are all possible.

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The best chance for snow accumulation right now looks to be north, as it’ll stay a little colder.

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The big concern is icy roadways for the afternoon and evening commute.

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This system leads into Tuesday where temperatures are tracking to be a little warmer in the low 40’s, so many could see all rain and even a little snow mixing in along the ridges and higher elevations.

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