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    Damaging Winds to Close Out Pittsburgh's Mild Weekend

    By , Senior Meteorologist
    November 16, 2013; 7:21 PM ET
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    After a mild and windy Sunday, the weekend will end with a period of damaging winds in Pittsburgh Sunday evening.

    A breeze will blow through Sunday in Pittsburgh, but Sunday evening is when winds within a line of showers and strong thunderstorms threaten to cause tree damage and power outages.

    The winds could also lead to flight delays and dangerous crosswinds for high-profile vehicles traveling on Interstates 76, 79 and 376. Loose lawn items will easily get tossed around could become damaged.

    The gusty showers and thunderstorms will occur along a cold front, which will open the door for fresh cold air to return to Pittsburgh.

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    Saturday night's lows in the lower 50s and Sunday's highs in the middle 60s will be replaced temperatures struggling to climb out of the 40s on Monday.

    Brisk winds will create even colder AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures on Monday.

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