After experiencing snow and RealFeel® temperatures in the teens Tuesday, a warming trend is in store for Pittsburgh for the balance of the week into the weekend.
The next storm system will bring rain and not snow or ice to the region.
The first phase of the warmup will be accompanied by a stiff wind from the west and southwest Wednesday and Thursday.
As a result, it will feel much colder than the actual temperature.
However, as winds ease by Friday and with actual temperatures in the 50s, it will feel much warmer.
Both days of the weekend will bring some cloud cover, but the warming trend will continue. Temperatures may approach 60 degrees on Saturday. Highs will be in the 60s on Sunday.
While there can be a passing shower on Saturday, Sunday is likely to the wet day of the weekend with periods of rain in the offing.
Nighttime low temperatures Friday through Sunday will be well above freezing.
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