Pittsburgh: Warmth to Last Into Monday

By , Expert Senior Meteorologist
April 13, 2014; 12:38 AM ET
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The warm weather pattern in Pittsburgh will peak on Monday and will feature several days of ideal outdoor conditions.

Temperatures will reach the 60s to near 70 F through Saturday.

A storm system can bring a shower or two on Friday and perhaps a period of steady rain early Friday night.

The bulk of the time this weekend are projected to be free of rain, but grab an umbrella if you are heading to Heinz Hall and the Friday evening show of PNC Pops!: Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II.

Sunshine is in store on Saturday for the Walk MS: Pittsburgh at Point State Park and the Relay for Life of Duquesne University.

A balmy breeze is forecast Sunday and Monday with enough sunshine to drive temperatures well into the 70s. A few locations may touch 80 F either day.

An approaching cold front will send some showers into the area on Monday before sharply cooler weather arrives Monday night and Tuesday along with heavier rainfall.

RELATED:
Detailed Pittsburgh Forecast
Pittsburgh Interactive Weather Radar
Forecast Temperature Maps

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