Memorial Day is shaping up to be warm for Pittsburgh but only after fresh cool air arrives.
Drier weather and less humid air will return for the afternoon when temperatures will rise to a seasonable high in the lower 70s.
Cooler air will filter in for Friday, holding temperatures to the middle 60s. Residents will also want to keep an umbrella handy with a shower or two set to cross the area.
The weather will improve for outdoor holiday festivities this weekend as temperatures gradually rebound.
The weekend will start with a high just shy of 75 F underneath some sunshine. Memorial Day will be the warmest day of the holiday weekend with a high in the lower 80s.
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