• Up next: Dense fog, thunderstorms, unusually warm January temps


    PITTSBURGH - The rapidly changing weather conditions in most of the Channel 11 viewing area had most waking up to dense fog Tuesday morning.

    The weather has kept Channel 11's Severe Weather Team busy over the past few days, and more changing conditions are expected.

    Meteorologist Scott Harbaugh said Tuesday will be warm and breezy with a few spotty showers throughout the day. The high is expected to reach 59 degrees.

    Tuesday night will remain warm, with isolated showers and a low of 51 degrees.

    Harbaugh said Wednesday will be rainy and windy with an isolated thunderstorm.

    "Some of the rain will be heavy through mid-afternoon," Harbaugh said. "Highs will reach into the 60s before falling into the 40s by 7 p.m."

    After Wednesday, it's a return to typical January weather with scattered snow showers overnight into Thursday.

    Stick with Severe Weather Team 11 and WPXI.com for the latest closings, as well as traffic and weather information. Also, iPad owners will definitely want to check out Pittsburgh TV's only weather-specific iPad app -- WPXI Severe Weather Team 11 for iPad. It's almost like being transported to Severe Weather Center 11!

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