PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Temperatures across the region are continuing to show a summer-like trend.

With an average high of 84 degrees Sunday, the heat will make it feel more like July than mid-May.

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Early morning temperatures across Pennsylvania will start at a warm 73 degrees before reaching the day’s high around 3 p.m.

Clear skies are forecasted for much of Sunday before scattered thunderstorms, mainly in the state’s northern region, hit in the mid-afternoon.

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But, says KDKA’s Jon Burnett, the chance for late day showers is slight — and they will be weak storms at that.

Weather forecast for the week of Sunday, May 19. (Credit: KDKA)

Looking ahead to Monday, the work week will kick off with warm temperatures.

Scattered storms are predicted in the morning, with an average high hitting 84 degrees.

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