In the wake of unsettled weather this week, ample sunshine is forecast for the Pittsburgh area both days of the weekend.
Cool and clammy air that moved into much of the mid-Atlantic Wednesday to Thursday will dissolve moving into the weekend.
Some locations around Pittsburgh may start the day with low clouds on Friday, but the push of Atlantic moisture is running out of steam.
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Humidity levels will drop moving into the weekend and sunshine will boost temperatures to near or above seasonable levels for late May and early June.
Temperatures typically range from a low in the middle 50s to a high in the middle 70s this time of year.
Showers and drenching thunderstorms will return Monday to Wednesday of next week, so the weekend will present an opportunity for not only having fun outdoors but also accomplishing construction-related projects.
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