PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – It’s been a pretty mild fall so far, but the cold weather looks like it will settle in this week.

As it’s shaping up, Monday and Tuesday might be the last mild temperatures we see for a while.

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According to KDKA-TV’s Jon Burnett, we can expect a sunny Sunday with a high of 48 degrees.

At the start of the week, temperatures will climb to a high of 59 degrees on Monday and 64 degrees on Tuesday.

We could also see a late day shower on Tuesday before a cold front arrives.

That cold front is expected to send temperatures on a downward spiral for the remainder of the week.

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Wednesday’s high is expected to be about 43 degrees, while Thursday and Friday will see highs of 37 and 38 degrees respectively.

According to Burnett’s 14-Day Temperature Trend, the next time we will crack the 50 degree mark is Nov. 22.

Until then, expect temperatures in the mid-30s and low-40s.

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