PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Hello, most of the day will be dry.
We will start the day with partly cloudy skies, with skies becoming mostly cloudy to overcast this afternoon.
I have high temperatures still reaching 67 degrees today in Pittsburgh.
67 degrees was also yesterday’s highest.
Chances of rain arrive after 4:00 PM and most areas are likely dry until 8:00 PM.
The best chance for rain comes around midnight and just as we are heading into Tuesday morning.
The heaviest rains are expected for places like Mercer and Lawrence County, where a weak storm or two will be possible.
Areas south of I-70 may not see a raindrop, although the chance of being dry seems to be decreasing.
As for the future of the work week, keep the umbrella close to the risk of rain here and there.
All in all, I have a chance to have rain every day for the next week, although the chances of rain are low.
The best chance of rain comes on Friday, where the chance of rain will persist throughout the day.
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There will also be some risk of thunderstorms, although extreme weather conditions are not expected at this time.
The pattern indicates that showers will be possible, with a weak storm bringing a large amount of rain in a short period of time.
At this time, the risk of showers is also low.
Besides a risk of rain, temperatures should be within the comfortable range.
Highs will be near 70 degrees all week.
The only concern I have are the morning lows at times that could be rather cold.
This morning, for example, morning lows are likely to dip in the mid-1930s.
We could also see cooler temperatures coming this weekend in regards to the morning lows.
Basically I’m talking about whether you should wear a jacket every morning and after the chill of the last week – that’s something I’ll happily talk about.