The cool, less humid air that moved into Pittsburgh, western Pennsylvania, western Maryland and northern West Virginia earlier this week will stick around through Friday.
Most days will be sunny. High temperatures around the metro area will be in the 70s.
Some early-morning commuters may encounter patchy fog and slow travel along the rivers.
A reinforcing push of cool air will settle in Thursday evening. Temperatures can dip to frosty levels in the normally colder spots.
The weekend will trend warmer and perhaps a tad more humid.
The next chance of rain is not until Sunday, when another cool front arrives from the northwest. A few spots may get a shower or thunderstorm on Sunday, but most of the time through Sunday will be rain-free for outdoor plans.
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