Today goes down in recorded history as Pittsburgh's coldest July 29 morning, with a low of 51 at 4:19 a.m., according to the National Weather Service.
The low temperature broke the previous record for the date, 52 degrees, set in 1982.
Monday tied another all-time record -- the lowest high temperature for the date, 72 degrees, set in 1875. Previously this month, morning temperatures tied the all-time record lows for July 17 and 25.
The forecast for today is for sun and a high of 71 and an overnight low of 55. Scattered showers and a high of 75 were forecast for Wednesday. A bit of a warmup, with temperatures pushing toward 80, was forecast for later in the week.
First Published July 29, 2014 12:00 AM