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    Showers to Swing Through Pittsburgh This Week

    By , AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist
    October 15, 2013; 11:37 AM ET
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    A couple of rounds of showers will affect the Pittsburgh area this week, but the week will be far from a washout.

    A weakening front delivered a few spotty showers to the area of Monday, with Tuesday shaping up to be much drier across the region as high pressure briefly builds in from New England.

    A more potent front will bring rain to the area Wednesday followed by a few showers Thursday, as well as a dose of cooler air.

    Until then, temperatures will continue to average above normal for mid-October. Temperatures tend to average in the lower 60s for highs and the middle to lower 40s for lows.

    More significant cool air may arrive during next weekend.

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