This morning's light rain throughout the Pittsburgh region is likely to give way to thunderstorms this afternoon, says a forecaster with the National Weather Service at Pittsburgh.
Meteorologist John Darnley said there's a 70 percent chance that, come around 2 p.m., a weather front will move through the region, bringing thunderstorms that could strike through about 8 p.m.
When it's not raining, it will be cloudy. And the high temperature will be about 76.
If the Father's Day cook-out doesn't work for today, it could be pushed to Monday. Mr. Darnley said the high temperature will be about 75 and no rain is expected.