CWS Forecast: Pittsburgh Metro

As Tropical Storm Zeta moves off the East Coast, unsettled conditions are expected to continue throughout the Commonwealth on Friday. In the morning, rain will impact most of the state, but snow showers are possible across the northern zones into the afternoon. Most of the precipitation will move out of the region by Friday evening. Some rain and snow showers will linger into Friday night for western regions, with generally clearing conditions. It will be quite windy during this period, especially Friday night. It will be a cold but tranquil day on Saturday across the state with well below average temperatures and clear skies. Temperatures will rebound to near normal levels on Sunday, but some showers associated with a trough moving through the Great Lakes will impact the region. Temperatures will drop far below average yet again on Monday into Tuesday. It will feel positively winter-like on Monday, with windy conditions and lake effect snow showers across western portions of the state. Temperatures will begin to rebound towards the end of the forecast period on Tuesday, with dry and tranquil conditions perisisting.

Day One: Thursday, October 29th 2020

Lingering morning rain showers possible. Some decrease in cloud cover later in the day. Partly cloudy overnight.

High: 45°F

Low: 32°F

Day Two: Friday, October 30th 2020

Some clouds early, with more sunshine in the afternoon. Mostly clear skies overnight.

High: 49°F

Low: 40°F

Day Three: Saturday, October 31st 2020

Considerable cloudiness. Windy with showers likely in the afternoon. Leftover showers could change to snow overnight.

High: 51°F

Low: 31°

Day Four: Sunday, November 1st 2020

Remaining breezy and cold with a mix of sun and clouds. Clearing out overnight.

High: 40°F

Low: 31°F

Day Five: Monday, November 2nd 2020

A few passing clouds during the day, clear skies overnight.

High: 47°F

Low: 36°F

Last Updated on October 29, 2020 at 10:40 pm