Memorial Day will kick off with a mix of clouds and sun. A stray shower can’t be ruled out today, especially from Pittsburgh south.
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The sky will be clearing for plenty of sunshine this afternoon.
Many of you will see snow flurries and snow showers from time to time into the middle of the week as some unseasonably cold spring air drives into the region. Tuesday’s forecasted high temperature of 44 degrees would break the record 47 degrees (1897) for the coldest high temperature ever recorded in Pittsburgh on May 2.
Keep the coat handy the next couple of days as a fresh early spring chill will be in the air.
A Frost Advisory remains in effect through 9 a.m. for Allegheny, Washington, Greene, parts of Westmoreland, and Fayette counties. A Freeze Warning will also be in effect through 9 a.m. for Beaver, Butler, Lawrence, Armstrong, and parts of Indiana counties.
The end of the workweek will feature warm and dry conditions with a bit more cloud cover. Rain chances return this weekend.
One more dry day before you’ll need to think about finding the umbrella.
It will be beautiful today; expect plenty of sunshine. Highs will reach the mid 70s. Make sure to have a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen if you have plans outside today!
The dry stretch continues with fantastic conditions for outdoor plans this week, just don’t forget your sunscreen!
It got a bit bumpy for parts of the area yesterday evening as a strong line of heavy rain and thunderstorms pushed into the area after sunset.