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By: KDKA-TV’s Bryan Shaw

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — After a rainy Saturday, things will dry out on Sunday, but will only get slightly warmer with temperatures in the upper 50’s.

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Saturday’s high temperature of 51 degrees set a record for the coldest high temperature for May 29.

Memorial Day will be much nicer, with sunny skies and comfortable temperatures in the lower 70’s.

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The rest of the week will be near average in the mid-to-lower 70’s but it starts to get unsettled by Wednesday.

Wednesday’s will bring both rain and storms chances through the rest of the week.

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Saturday looks great with sunny skies and temperatures back into the 80’s.

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