KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (5/5)
Residents in Western Pennsylvania can expect mostly sunny skies today, with a high of 64 degrees, according to First-Alert Meteorologist Ron Smiley.
However, Smiley warns that the region will continue to experience fog and frost, with a frost advisory in effect until 9 a.m.
Motorists are advised to use caution and have a scraper on hand for their car windshields.
Smiley also notes that there is a small chance of isolated showers this afternoon, particularly in areas like Butler, where residents should be prepared for rain if they plan to spend time outside.
For those participating in the marathon this weekend, there is a chance of rain starting at 11 a.m.
on Sunday, which could make for a wet and challenging race.
Overall, residents should remain flexible and stay updated on the latest weather conditions, as changes are possible throughout the weekend.
But for now, Saturday is looking fantastic, according to Smiley’s 7-day forecast.