Pittsburgh (KDKA)-According to the latest model data, there will be a fairly thick fog this morning, which is expected to occur until at least 10 am.
The fog gives way to the clear afternoon sky and the high temperatures will probably reach their highest since the mid-1970s.
Yesterday’s maximum temperature was only 74 degrees Celsius, and it’s always interesting to see the setup when the temperature rises the day after a cool front. That is our current situation today, and today’s highs can reach from the mid-1970s to perhaps the late 70s. The highest temperature in Pittsburgh is 76 degrees Celsius. The temperature in the morning is in the mid-50s. The temperature at noon will be close to 70 degrees Celsius. The afternoon is sunny and comfortable.
If you remember yesterday, I split the chances of rain and storms into two days tonight.
Yesterday, the rain arrived around 10 pm and seemed to continue until around 2 am.
The rain window looks a bit late, so I’m moving almost all of the rain chances on Thursday morning.
The storm is likely to arrive at several locations before 1 am and lasts until 4 or 5 am.
By the time the commute starts on Thursday morning, it should rain from here.
Due to the potentially strong wind speeds, there is a slight (isolated) serious risk tonight’s location south of I-70.
This rain is one of the things that seems to rain a few more times until Sunday.
Highs continue throughout the weekend in the 70’s.
It is expected to reach 80 degrees next Tuesday.
Pittsburgh Weather: Wednesdays are dry and midnight storms occur
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