WARMING UP: After starting off the weekend on a chilly and downright dreary note, the second half of the weekend is looking up. We have a warm front that is hung up to our southwest which means we have easterly winds that are keeping us cool and damp. Pittsburgh warmed up into the 70s on Saturday afternoon and portions of West Virginia were in the 80s! Quite the impressive warm front that crossed through that region. We will eventually see that same front lift through our neck of the woods, but we have to wait until Sunday for that to happen. Temperatures will end up climbing into the mid to upper 60s, and there is the potential for us to end up even warmer. Spots could potentially soar into the low 70s, but it would be fairly brief because a cold front will quickly slide in late Sunday.
RAIN CHANCES COME TO AN END: We'll have the chance for a few more showers on Sunday, though there should be more breaks through the day and peeks of sunshine too. We will briefly be in the warm sector wedged between a warm front and a cold front, so there will be the potential for a couple of storms, although that threat doesn't look very impressive. Most of the storms look to stay south of the PA-MD border; however, we will still continue to monitor the threat. We dry up late on Sunday and we'll get two mainly dry days on Monday and Tuesday before our next rain chance arrives Wednesday.
TEMPERATURES REMAIN MILD: We'll keep the warmer than average temperatures into the start of the next work week. Monday and Tuesday are both looking to be above average with highs in the mid to upper 50s and low 60s. We will cool off briefly for one day on Wednesday, but the rest of the week is looking to stay mild.
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Have a spectacular Saturday!
- Meteorologist Jessica Pash