• Dry, seasonal air stays in place for much of the week


    PITTSBURGH - Right on schedule the rain showers moved out late Sunday morning as high pressure and drier air worked into the area. 

    In the process, the wind has been strong with gusts of 30 to 40 miles per hour across the region.  

    The temperature reached 57 degrees thanks to a south wind, but with a wind shift to the west, temperatures will fall into the 40's this evening and bottom out around freezing by Monday morning.

    Dry weather will prevail through mid week.

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    Severe Weather Team 11
    Stephen Cropper
    Scott Harbaugh
    Kevin Benson
    Danielle Dozier
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