Another 90-degree day, thunderstorms possible Friday

Isolated showers or storms may develop this evening (7/9/20)

PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh reached the 90s again Thursday, marking the seventh straight day of temperatures above 90 degrees.

Thursday brought severe thunderstorms and strong winds throughout the area. Allegheny County was under a flash flood warning for a few hours following heavy rain.

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It will be a mild and humid night with lows near 70 degrees. Patchy fog will develop, especially in areas with recent rainfall.

Friday will bring a partly sunny sky with hot and humid weather. High temperatures should once again reach the 90s for the eighth-straight day in Pittsburgh. This would be the longest stretch since 1995.

Showers and thunderstorms are likely by afternoon and evening on Friday. Stay weather aware as the strongest could produce hail and high wind gusts.

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