Clear skies and sunshine to begin the week – CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Good morning, did you love the weekend weather?

If so, you’ll love it again today, with highs in the mid 60s and lows starting in the top 30s.

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There will be as much sunshine today as there is this weekend with hardly a cloud in the sky.

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Looking ahead, our next chance of rain comes on Wednesday morning with point showers expected later in the day.

Back to Tuesday, the day will be dry with a few clouds.

The clouds start to grow as we go into the evening hours.

With the small changes in the locations along with the warm air supply, I’m hit highs at around 67 for Pittsburgh.

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If you remember last week, in the forecast for Thursday I had places with a chance of severe storms as instability built up and we were in a column of warm air when a cold front and a negative sloping trough were supposed to arrive.

As more data comes in, I can’t rule out a weak storm or two on Wednesday and possibly a storm or two on Thursday as well.

Overall, I think our heavy storm chances for Thursday have decreased and fall into the very low chance category.

I’m not ruling it out yet, but it’s not likely right now. Anyway, I’m not complaining.

When it comes to temperatures for the rest of the week, they’re significantly warmer than the average high of 52 degrees. I still have highs in the mid-60s through Wednesday.

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I then hit 70 degrees on Thursday for the first time this year before we head back to the mid to low 60s that go into the weekend. Enjoy!

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