Pittsburgh can be enjoyed any season of the year because there is plenty to explore both indoors and out. The weather can vary dramatically from day to day; one day it can be snowing and the day next bright and sunny in the 60’s. 

Pittsburgh in Winter 
Winter – Cold temperatures and snow – perfect for snow bunnies and skiers. Pack a warm coat, hat, and gloves. Be prepared for warmer than usual days in the beginning (November / December) of the winter season by bringing a lighter coat. Sunglasses are also nice for those days when the sun is bouncing of the snow covered lawns and sidewalks. Average temperatures:

                        December – 42 (high) 25 (low)

                        January - 37 (high) 20 (low)

                        February – 39 (high) 21 (low)

                        March – 50 (high) 29 (low)

Spring – Beautiful and a welcome release from the winter. Flowers and trees start to bloom and everyone’s spirits are lifted. Spring brings plenty of rain, so pack that umbrella along with a jacket. Average temperatures:

                        April – 62 (high) 38 (low)

                        May – 71 (high) 48 (low)

Summer – Perfect for jumping in the waves at the Wave Pool at Settlers Cabin or enjoying a boat ride on the Ohio River. Don’t forget your bathing suit and flip flops! You can also take in a ball game at beautiful PNC Park!  Average temperatures:

                        June – 80 (high) 56 (low)

                        July – 85 (high) 62 (low)

                        August – 83 (high) 60 (low)

Fall – Enjoy the vast array of colorful leaves and the beginning of football season – this town is transformed into a sea of black and gold when the Steelers start playing. Enjoy warm days and crisp nights – pack an extra sweatshirt for those nights spent outside! Average temperatures:

                        September – 76 (high) 53 (low)

                        November – 53 (high) 33 (low)

                        October – 64 (high) 41 (low)

Pittsburgh Weather - 5 Day Forecast