PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – We are expecting another round of showers and a few possible thunderstorms as the sun sets in western Pennsylvania as a cold front approaches.

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Storms are building along the shores of Lake Erie and if they continue we may see a few isolated severe/strong storms containing damaging winds and hail.

This threat will diminish after sunset and as the front passes in the late evening.

The first weather warning status will remain in place until mid-evening for storm risk, then we will have a quiet night with lows in the lower 50s.

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Sun/a few clouds alternate tomorrow with highs a few degrees cooler behind the front in the mid upper 60s bringing a very pleasant Monday and the start of our first week of May!

As we say goodbye to April 2022, here are some fun facts: the highest temperature in Pittsburgh reached 84 degrees and the coldest was 28 degrees. Average temperatures for the entire month were 2.7 degrees below normal. A total of 3.23 inches of precipitation fell during the period, 0.09 inches less than the normal amount of 3.32. A total of 0.9 inches of snow fell in April, 0.1 inches less than the normal amount of 1.0″.

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