Rain from a coastal storm was barely brushing Pittsburgh Friday.
Most areas west of I-79 will stay dry through Sunday morning.
For folks heading eastward along the Turnpike, I-68, I-70 and I-80, they are likely to encounter locally heavy rain and areas of fog.
Torrential rain Thursday into Friday has caused flooding problems around Harrisburg, York and Lancaster, Pa.
There is a chance of spotty thunderstorms drifting eastward across Ohio Sunday afternoon. If so, these could reach Pittsburgh, before diminishing Sunday night.
With the big rain staying to the east and clouds breaking at times, temperatures will average slightly above normal each day through Sunday. Highs most days will be in the 70s into next week. Normal high temperatures are in the low to middle 60s.
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At the time, Hugo was ranked as the costliest hurricane to hit the U.S. mainland, with damages totaling $7 billion (1989 USD/$13.43 billion 2014 USD), until Andrew in 1992.
Temperatures will be on the rise across the Northeast this week and continue into the upcoming weekend.
Heavy, gusty thunderstorms will affect parts of the central and southern Rockies to the High Plains into Monday night.
A pattern change will usher in cooler air and rain to the Northwest this week.
Autumn officially starts at 10:29 p.m. EDT on Monday, but it will not feel like autumn in some parts of the U.S.
Columbus, GA (1990)
Record 22 days of 90 degrees or higher in September at Columbus. Longest stretch on record.
Cleveland, OH (1998)
9.54" of rain so far this month breaks old September record of 9.30" set in September 1878.
Oklahoma City, OK (2000)
0.03" of rain ended a 54 day dry string.