Pittsburgh to Remain Unsettled Through Midweek

By , Senior Meteorologist
June 3, 2014; 4:47 AM ET
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Showers and thunderstorms will keep Pittsburgh unsettled through midweek, which is not the news those with outdoor plans want to hear.

With steamy air still in place, the tail-end of a storm system tracking into eastern Canada will cause a shower or thunderstorm to cross the Pittsburgh area through Tuesday evening.

Tuesday will not be a wash out since the storminess will tend to be spotty and cause minor disruptions to outdoor activities.

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There is concern for Tuesday's thunderstorms to produce heavy downpours with some gusty winds, but that threat lies east of the Laurel Mountains.

A brief dry spell will come Wednesday morning before thunderstorms begin to track back into the area Wednesday afternoon.

It will be a close call as to whether a band of intense thunderstorms with damaging winds and/or heavy rain blasts across the city Wednesday evening.

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The departure of a shower Thursday morning will open the door for a dry stretch of weather to unfold later Thursday through the weekend.

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