Summer officially arrives on Tuesday, but our summer weather pattern has been in place for some time now and will continue for several days.
The weather outlook is unsettled for the Pittsburgh area over the next few days. KDKA meteorologist Dennis Bowman says we’ll see periods of showers today with the possibility of a gusty thunderstorm this afternoon and this evening.
Temperatures are expected to climb into the low 90s on Tuesday and could tie the all-time record set in 1919.
Another wet day is in the forecast for the Pittsburgh area as the potential for some severe storms heads our way this afternoon. Forecasters are calling for some showers and thunderstorms to move in with highs in the mid-80s.
Another round of wet, severe weather is in the forecast once again with the potential for thunderstorms this afternoon, but clearing later tonight. According to KDKA meteorologist Dennis Bowman, showers will be most active this morning in the eastern counties, but we’ll all see at least some rain.
A series of storms moving into the area has prompted several watches to be issued.
Wet weather will be coming and going in waves throughout the day Wednesday. There will be some breaks of sun from time to time, which will only serve to add extra fuel to thunderstorm development.
A strong line of thunderstorms will move into the Pittsburgh area Monday afternoon. According to the National Weather Service, the line of storms is expected to arrive in Pittsburgh between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.
A wave of spring storms is moving through the area.