Pittsburgh (Kedica) – No rain forecast for the next seven days, with the best chance of rain today.
The next “best chance” rain will come on Thursday with a cold north-facing pool.
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It looks like a weekend.
Rainfall in Alejandro County from 10:00 a.m. to noon brings a great deal of rain today.
For people living on the I-80 corridor, the rainfall will be close to morning traffic and will run slowly from west to east in the morning. While I can’t avoid a riot or two when the system slides, this is mainly due to severe weather conditions.
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For most places, the rainfall can range from a tenth of an inch to a quarter of an inch. Neutral winds may be a little over a quarter inch, but moderate to moderate rainfall does not appear to be more than a quarter of an inch.
Rain will be on the local radar all day, but you can have up to six hours of rain anywhere as the forehead slowly passes.
Looking ahead, we will continue to experience rain on Thursday when we experience heavy rainfall from the north as the pool descends. New rainfall will be less than ten inches.
Friday looks cool and dry.
On Saturdays and Sundays we warm up at the weekend in the 80’s.
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