Taste of September Coming to Pittsburgh

By , Senior Meteorologist
July 15, 2014; 10:49 AM ET
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After a humid start to the week, Pittsburgh will experience a taste of September by midweek.

Humid air into Tuesday midday will allow showers and thunderstorms to form or move through the area.

However, a strong cool front will cross the region Tuesday afternoon, marking an end to the storm threat and the beginning of a several-day spell of unseasonably cool and less humid air for mid-July.

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Nighttime temperatures will dip into the 50s F Tuesday through Thursday. Daytime highs Tuesday into Friday will be in the 70s.

Temperatures of this sort are more common for Pittsburgh during the middle of September.


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