The weather this weekend around Pittsburgh, western Pennsylvania, northern West Virginia and western Maryland will be bright, crisp and cool.
For ballgames, especially football, conditions will be ideal with low humidity, a clear sky and below-average temperatures. The nights will be chilly and definitely will require long sleeves, jackets and sweaters.
A few of the normally cold spots will have a dose of frost during the early morning hours. Highs will be in the 70s.
Rain will stay away from the region into Sunday, and will avoid Cincinnati for the most part through Monday night, when the Steelers take on the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium.
The only potential travel problem will be the chance of patchy early morning fog along the rivers.
The next chance of widely separated showers will not be until Sunday night, when a weak cool front will cross the area.
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As spring gets underway, a major snowstorm will threaten travel disruptions across the Northeast.
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Residents and those on vacation from Florida to coastal areas of Georgia and South Carolina should be on alert for severe weather on Tuesday.