Overnight Rain And Snow Not Expected To Affect Tuesday Rush Hour

AccuWeather’s Bob Larson Says Most Of Precipitation Will Be Rain

Robert Mangino
November 12, 2018 - 5:31 pm
Snowy Roads

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PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) – Tuesday rush hour could be a little tricky but AccuWeather’s Bob Larson tells the KDKA Radio Afternoon News he doesn’t expect it to be a big issue for commuters.

“It shouldn’t be that much of a big deal because we are expecting it to stay above freezing overnight, low [Monday night] 33,” said Larson.

Tuesday’s high will reach the upper 30s and while that is colder than normal for this time of year, it’s above freezing and that should keep the roads mostly wet.

Larson adds that any accumulation will be on things like lawns and cars but not on sidewalks or roads.

While it isn’t expect to cause much of an issue with icy roads, Larson adds that doesn’t mean there couldn’t be a few slick spots

A second storm is expected Thursday. Larson says at this point it is expected to start as snow/sleet and changes to rain.

Stay with KDKA Radio for the latest AccuWeather forecast.

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