Pittsburgh Labor Day: Warmth, But More Storms

By , Expert Senior Meteorologist
September 01, 2013; 10:28 AM
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Warm, humid conditions will prevail over western Pennsylvania for Labor Day. However, drenching storms will come calling again.

Monday's high temperature will be in the 80s with another chance of showers and thunderstorms.

While Monday will still have its rain-free intervals, the heaviest thunderstorms will drop blinding and potentially flooding downpours.

Folks heading home from their Labor Day or late-summer ventures could encounter delays at the airport and on the turnpike and interstate highways Monday.

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It will not be until a cool front swings through late Monday night that humidity levels will be shaved and the risk of showers and thunderstorms will diminish.


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