PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A cool front will pull through today with some chances of rain.
The first chance of rain is probably over by the time you read this. The second round of rain and storms will run along the actual front this evening after 4:00 p.m. The data still doesn’t show much rain and storms as the actual front pulls through.
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The sky will be cloudy all day today and little to no sunshine is expected. The highs for most locations today should be reached in the mid-1980s but could be affected by rain. If rain showers and storms arrive before 4:00 p.m., these communities are likely to see highs only in the lower 80s.
In the afternoon the wind blows from the west at a total of around 8 km / h, but in the morning the wind blows from the southwest. The rain today is not due to tropical storm Ida.
Looking ahead, Tuesday looks mostly dry. I have the area with 30 percent coverage for the rainy season of the day.
The big day comes on Wednesday when the remains of Tropical Storm Ida roll through our area.
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Expect 3-5 “of rain with some parishes seeing more than 6” of rain.
Caution is advised for Wednesday as the storm is pulling through.
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