PITTSBURGH - It will be a wet end to the week with a couple of fronts moving through the WPXI-TV Pittsburgh area.
Thursday began with isolated showers that are likely to pick up later into the day.
Channel 11 meteorologist Scott Harbaugh said the rain can become heavy as the warm front moves into Western Pennsylvania.
Ponding on area roads is not out of the question, Harbaugh said.
As for the 12:30 p.m. Pirates game, showers are more likely toward the end of the game.
Friday, we're still looking at periods of rain. Into the afternoon there is a slight risk for stronger storms. We're expecting gusty/damaging winds. We may even see flooding when all is said and done as many of the areas are expecting an inch or more of rain.
Temperatures will reach 70 degrees Friday.
Showers will linger into Saturday morning but will wrap up by late morning.
There will be some sunshine later in the day and into Sunday as well. Temperatures through the weekend will remain in the 50s.
Possible strong storms moving into Channel 11 viewing area
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