WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR MERCER COUNTY
The National Weather Service out of Pittsburgh has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Mercer County for accumulating snow. This advisory goes until noon on Thursday.
By that time, parts of Mercer county could get from 3″ to 5″ of snow.
Snow showers are likely, at times, and will be moderate to heavy. Wet roads with slick conditions are possible mid-morning.
Temperatures in the lower-30s are expected on Wednesday morning. Temperatures fall into the mid-20s in the late day/early evening.
It will be blustery, with wind gusts up to 20 mph bringing wind chills into the lower-20s. Accumulation from a trace to up to 3″ is expected by evening.
There could be additional accumulation overnight, from a trace to 2″. Pockets of Mercer and Trumbull counties could get as much as 3″.
REINFORCING SHOT OF COLD AIR
It will be blustery on Wednesday night, with lows in the lower-20s.
Thursday’s high only manages to get to the mid-20s with blustery conditions. Lake effect snow showers with little accumulation is expected for Thursday morning.
COLD AND PARTLY SUNNY FRIDAY
Friday, it will be partly sunny with temperatures in the upper-20s.
SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Snow is likely in the afternoon Saturday. Temperatures will be in the upper-20s.
Saturday night, there is a chance for snow showers and temperatures in the lower-20s.
It will be warmer for Sunday, with a slight chance for morning flurries. The high will be in the low- to mid-30s.
DRY AND WARMING SLIGHTLY
There will be partly sunny skies for the first half of the week. Temperatures will be in the mid-30s Monday and mid- to upper-30s Tuesday and Wednesday.