Pittsburgh Weather: Dry Stretch Reaches Two-Week Long Period

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Today will be the fourteenth day in a row with no rain for our area.


So far, this September is in the top 5 driest on record, where we are 2.11″ below normal.


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It’s another day of warmth and sunshine ahead with high temperatures right around 80 degrees.


Monday also stays above normal with scattered showers in the afternoon ahead of a cold front and high temperatures staying around 80.


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Then, we will see a seasonable start to Tuesday with high temperatures starting off in the mid-60’s, then temperatures will fall during the day.


Tuesday rain continues, leaving spots from Monday and Tuesday with around 1″ of rain.


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Once that cold front passes, the chilly air is on for the rest of the week, with highs only getting into the low-60’s.


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Friday and Saturday, we may not even make it out of the 50s!


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