Another October-like day is shaping up for Pittsburgh on Monday with fresh cool air on the way.
It will be a partly sunny afternoon with temperatures only topping out in the upper 60s, making Monday feel more like early October than mid-September.
Temperatures Monday night will then drop into middle 40s in downtown Pittsburgh with some outlying areas dipping into the lower 40s.
Abundant sunshine on Tuesday will allow temperatures to rebound into the lower 70s with warmer air to follow from Wednesday through Friday.
While Tuesday and Wednesday will be dry, the chance for a shower or thunderstorm will return Thursday and Friday.
With the threat of unexpected and storm-related power outages looming in parts of the country, enact these measures to ensure you and your family’s safety.
A swath of snow and wintry mix with slippery travel will develop from St. Louis to Albany, N.Y., prior to the weekend.
Plunging temperatures will threaten California agriculture with a frost and freeze this week.
An ice storm will affect millions of people into Friday and threaten to cut power for hundreds of thousands from northern Texas to western Kentucky.
A storm system interacting with cold air in the West will lead to low snow levels in Oregon and California.
As cold air blasts into the West and spreads into the Central states, warmth will build in the East, including the Harrisburg, Pa., area much of this week.
Vicksburg, MS (1953)
Killer tornado in Vicksburg - 38 dead, 270 injured, $25 million.
New Jersey (1927)
Heavy sleet storm left 1-4" in parts of the state.
North Central US (1877-78)
The year without a winter...for example St. Paul was +14.1 degrees in December, +10.5 degrees in Jan., +16.3 in Feb. and +16.2 degrees in March (these are all departures from normal).