PITTSBURGH — Take it outdoors this weekend, as spring-like temperatures bring a cure for cabin fever.
A few scattered showers will be possible during the day Saturday, but a good part of the daylight hours will be dry. Strong winds from the south will push temperatures into the mid to upper 60s, close to the record high temperature for the date. The current record is 68 degrees set in 1980.
Wind gusts of 30-40 mph will also be possible.
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A band of steady rain and possibly a thunderstorm may develop late Saturday evening and early Sunday. The severe weather risk is low for now, and Severe Weather Team 11 is watching the development of this system closely for signs that it could produce damaging winds. If alerts or warnings are issued, you can get them directly on your phone or mobile device with the Severe Weather Team 11 app.
Most of the rain will be out of the area early Sunday so dry weather will close the weekend.
If you are headed outdoors, though, be prepared for windy conditions and cooler temperatures.
Stay with Severe Weather Team 11 as we get the latest updates on the storm track and let you know when this system will have the biggest impact on your weekend plans.
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