PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The National Weather Service Pittsburgh doesn’t expect Hurricane Dorian to have a heavy impact on Western Pennsylvania, but if you have plans to travel, it may be a different story.

On Twitter, NWS Pittsburgh says they don’t expect Dorian or its remnants to have any impact on Pittsburgh.

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Hurricane Dorian might affect some Labor Day travelers.

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Pittsburgh International Airport is encouraging flyers to check with their airlines if they have any plans to fly this holiday weekend.

The airport says if you’re heading south — especially towards Florida — know what contingency plans your airline has.

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KDKA’s Kristin Emery says Pittsburgh will have a chance of showers Monday and Wednesday, but Thursday, Friday and Saturday will be sunny and clear.