The weather in Pittsburgh doesn’t seem to be getting any colder. In fact, according to a prediction from Chief Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla of Pittsburgh KDKA, a CBS affiliate, the city will face a winter with milder temperatures and a less plentiful snowfall than recent winters.
An excerpt from a KDKA report published on October 29, 2015 states:
Jeff predicts temperatures will be higher than normal from November through January.
February will be the coldest month of the winter with temperatures averaging 29.7 degrees, which is below normal.
Jeff says March will return to above normal temperatures and the possibility of an early spring.
Averaging it all out, Jeff predicts winter temperatures will be 1.5 degrees above normal.
Although snowfall is set to occur in late December, it is supposed to be the lowest snowfall season that Pittsburgh has seen in 10 years.
With this in mind, it expands the timeline of projects that normally have to wait until the spring to be done. For instance, now just may be the time to meet with our designer at Pro Home & Sunroom and plan out your ideal home addition.
We have noticed a huge increase in the 4 Season PLUS sunrooms, which essentially play the part of a new room of your house with large windows. Use this extra room for a home office, or install a fireplace and watch the snow fall (when it finally hits Pittsburgh!) from the comfort of your family room or bedroom.
Talk to one of our qualified sunroom specialists about installing a sunroom, and enjoy this warm winter from your four season PLUS room!
Contact Pro Home & Sunroom and book an appointment today.