Chilly, Breezy Weekend for Pittsburgh

By Brian Lada, Meteorologist
November 3, 2013; 3:11 AM ET
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A series of cold fronts will usher cooler air and breezy winds across the Pittsburgh area for the weekend.

The first of these cold fronts moved through late Thursday night, bringing gusty winds and cooler air with it. These gusty winds subsided Friday evening but picked up again Saturday afternoon.

Sunday will feel even colder than Saturday after the passage of a second cold front as RealFeel® temperatures struggle to reach the 40-degree mark.

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Temperatures will remain nearly 10 degrees below normal for the start of next week before rebounding into the lower 60s by midweek.


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