PITTSBURGH — It won’t be quite as chilly early Wednesday, and temperatures will climb back into the 70s during the day.
Smoke from the west coast wildfires will impact our weather once again, filtering the sunshine behind a milky haze. However, the smoke will not have a direct impact on our Air Quality because it will be moving high in the atmosphere, not close to the ground.
A weak system will bring more clouds to the area on Thursday, but rain chances look low. Most of the moisture across the east coast will be tied up with the remnants of Hurricane Sally and will fall well south of Pittsburgh.
Cooler temperatures will settle back into the area later this week and over the weekend with overnight lows dipping into the 40s.
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