Get the latest forecast from meteorologist Ron Smiley!By Ron Smiley

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Good morning, did you love the weekend’s weather?

If so, you’re going to love it again today with highs back in the mid-60s and lows starting off in the upper 30’s.

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There will be just as much sunshine today as what we saw this weekend with hardly a cloud in the sky.

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Looking ahead, our next chance for rain arrives on Wednesday morning with spot showers expected through the day.

Going back to Tuesday, the day will be dry with a few clouds around.

Clouds will begin to increase as we head into the evening hours.

With the small changes in places along with warm air advection, I am bumping up highs to around 67 for Pittsburgh.

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If you remember last week I had places with a chance for severe storms in the forecast for Thursday due to instability building and us being in a warm column of air just as a cold front and negative leaning trough were set to arrive.

With more data coming in, I still cannot rule out a weak storm or two on Wednesday and possibly a storm or two on Thursday as well.

I think overall our severe storm chances have dropped for Thursday, falling to the very low chance category.

I am not ruling it out just yet, but it is not likely at this time. I for one am not complaining.

When it comes to temperatures for the rest of the week, they’ll be significantly warmer than the average high of 52 degrees. I have highs still in the mid-60’s through Wednesday.

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I then have us hitting 70 degrees for the first time this year on Thursday before we dip back to the mid-to-low 60’s going into the weekend. Enjoy!

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