Pittsburgh: Drier Weather Returns for the Weekend

By Michael Kuhne, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
August 9, 2014; 6:21 AM ET
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After thunderstorms earlier this week, the stage is set for a drier, less humid weekend.

Drier weather and low humidity will prevail Saturday with highs in the lower 80s.

For the start of the weekend on Saturday there will be some clouds in the sky. While showers and thunderstorms move through the Tennessee Valley through Saturday night, the wet weather is expected to remain south of the Pittsburgh area.

Overnight lows will hover in the low 60s. Night skies should be partly cloudy and bring a chance of overnight rain. However, rain should move out by sunrise.

Those with outdoor activities planned for the weekend will see pleasant weather and some sunshine continue through Sunday.

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Temperatures will dip slightly into early next week, dropping into the mid-70s, but sunshine will remain in the area. The next chance for clouds and rain will come Tuesday.

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