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Slow-moving storm brings potential for severe weather

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PITTSBURGH -  

Steady rain will taper to showers after lunch Saturday as a slow-moving storm finally loosens its grip on our area. Soccer and baseball fields will be waterlogged from as much as 2" to 3" of heavy rain that fell Friday. 

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Evening plans Saturday will still include the risk for wet weather, so if you're planning to grill out, you'll need the umbrella.

Marathon runners will need rain gear early Sunday, but breaks of sunshine will return by afternoon. It will be cool through the weekend, with highs about 10 degrees to 12 degrees below average in the 50s.


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The National Weather Service issued a flood advisory for the Ohio River at Pittsburgh until Tuesday afternoon. The river is expected to rise to near 19.5 feet by early Sunday afternoon. Though flood stage is 25 feet, at 18 feet the water starts to flow onto the Mon Parking Wharf.