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    Colder Air Coming in Stages to Pittsburgh

    By By Alex Sosnowski, expert senior meteorologist.
    October 21, 2013, 1:34:29 AM EDT

    Northerly winds will drive cold air southward from Canada, then turn it eastward across the Midwest and into the Appalachians in stages through this week, including the Pittsburgh area.

    After a brief rebound of warmth on Monday, additional waves of colder air will arrive on the scene over the balance of next week and will eventually push nighttime temperatures to near freezing with daytime highs in the 40s.


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    Each successive push of colder air will likely bring more wind as well, adding to the chill.

    Along with the colder air for the region will come the first opportunities for snow of the season, or at least snowflakes.

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    There is a high chance of some of the white stuff accumulating over the Laurel Highlands during the second half of this week into the following weekend.

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