PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Things will calm down today as temperatures have cooled significantly since yesterday.
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Expect to see overcast skies for the morning hours with clearing skies for the afternoon. By 4 p.m., we should be seeing plenty of sunshine. Even with the sunshine, temperatures today will be on the cold side with highs getting back to the mid- to maybe low-40s.
KDKA Meteorologist Ron Smiley is predicting Pittsburgh will see a high of 43 degrees.READ MORE: Remember, Reflect At Tree Of Life: Commemorating The 11 Lives Lost 3 Years Ago In Synagogue Shooting
There is a tiny passing shower chance today for mainly places north of I-80. This is due primarily to cold air blowing over the warm Lake Erie lake water.
Saturday morning will be a chilly one with lows around 30 degrees for Pittsburgh and plenty of communities starting the day in the 20s. We get another blast of cool air as a trough descends from the northwest. This will reinforce the cold temperatures already in place, with us seeing highs in the mid-40s both on Saturday and Sunday.
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Smiley says temperatures will be back in the 50s for highs beginning on Monday. No big rain chances are forecast for the next seven days currently.MORE NEWS: Man Hospitalized After Being Run Over By Wood Chipper
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