After a soggy start to the week, dry weather moves in for the remainder of the week in the Steel City.
Through Friday, the forecast brings at least partial sunshine to the region.
After a normal high in the middle 60s Tuesday, temperatures rise to the 70 degree mark and settle in the low 70s for the end of the week.
Into the weekend, a low will bring showers to the coast of the Mid-Atlantic. But sunshine is expected to continue for the Pittsburgh area.
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