After an unseasonable chill earlier in the week, Pittsburgh will see a return to summerlike temperatures over the next several days.
Temperatures over the weekend will rise into the upper 70s and possibly hit the 80 F mark.
Overnight temperatures will also pull back to normal after extreme lows that were more kin to September than the heat of August.
Lows are expected to be in the mid-60s.
Storms will roll in through Monday. The humidity will also be a lasting presence as more storms are expected for much of next week.
Temperatures will stay consistently near the 80 F mark into midweek.
Those with outdoor plans this weekend should take proper precaution and seek indoor shelter at the first sign of a storm.
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