PITTSBURGH – The October air is finally in place, and it’s going to stick around for a few days.
Temperatures will drop into the 40’s across much of the region by Sunday morning.
The clouds will linger and one or two showers will be possible throughout the day on Sunday.
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Maybe grab a jacket for one of the fall festivals on Sunday, as temperatures will only hit the upper 50s and the breeze will add to the chill in the air.
Spectacular fall weather will be with us to start the week with lots of sun, dry conditions and temperatures that will slowly moderate in the 60s to reach nearly 70 ° by Wednesday.
You can see the Saturday storm coverage below.
UPDATE 2:45 p.m .: A number of viewers sent photos and videos to Channel 11 of the damage left after these severe storms ravaged parts of Beaver and Butler counties.
UPDATE 12:39: The National Weather Service said it would conduct damage investigations in the coming days after these storms caused widespread damage.
8:45 am UPDATE: Channel 11 has seen extensive damage in areas like New Sewickley Township in Beaver County.
Along 9th Street, Channel 11 found fallen trees, fallen cables and the road completely blocked in some areas, making it impassable.
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Other areas of Beaver County, such as Monaca, also suffered significant tree damage.
UPDATE 7:30 am: Isolated showers and thunderstorms will move through Saturday morning as a cold front moves through the region. Scattered light rain will persist behind the front this afternoon and evening.
Storms can be strong to severe. As the chances of rain decrease in the second half of the day, winds will pick up from the northwest. Wind gusts will be close to 30 mph.
As the winds increase on Saturday afternoon, temperatures will decrease throughout the day as a lot of cooler air will seep behind the cold front in the morning. Afternoon temperatures will be cooler than this morning. Overnight lows will plunge into the 1940s.
A few persistent isolated showers are possible early Sunday morning, but the rain will stop during the day to give way to abundant sunshine to start the work week.
UPDATE 7:15 am: The tornado warning has been allowed to expire.
UPDATE 7:00 am: A tornado warning was issued for parts of Butler County until 7:15 a.m.
This was the second tornado warning issued by the National Weather Service early Saturday morning. The first involved parts of Beaver County as this line of storms crossed.
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