The tornado that touched down in Cranberry Township was considered the weakest on the scale, an EF0. However, it still did a good deal of damage.
Fortunately no one was hurt when a tornado touched down Saturday in Cranberry, but residents did spend Sunday cleaning up the mess.
The storms overnight left a mess in the North Hills.
Damage wasn’t as bad as it could have been as storms moved through areas north of the city Thursday evening.
Severe thunderstorms are hitting the Pittsburgh region.
Severe weather tore through the area this afternoon prompting tornado and thunderstorm warnings and leaving behind uprooted trees and property damage in West Deer in Allegheny County and Jackson Center in Mercer County.
Severe storms caused five trees to fall “like dominos” onto telephone wires in Crescent Township Tuesday night.
A strong line of storms moved through our region Sunday night, which knocked over trees and power lines.
Monday’s quick burst of storms and relentless rains left behind plenty of damage around the area.
Emergency crews were called to a church in Fayette County following a possible lightning strike.
This afternoon’s severe weather is causing travel problems across the area.
Mother Nature struck again Friday afternoon; dozens of trees that once dotted local neighborhoods were sent crashing to the ground by strong winds and heavy rain.
Numerous power outages are being reported around the area. In addition, many trees came down as a result of the high winds and rain, but flooding remains a major concern in some areas.
As Superstorm Sandy made landfall along the coast of New Jersey around 8 p.m. Monday, the rain and winds began to pick up here in Pittsburgh, drenching the area.
The cleanup process is underway in at least one Pittsburgh neighborhood after storms moved through the area on Saturday morning and left behind some serious damage.