Friday evening’s storms left one person dead and a trail of destruction in some local neighborhoods.
Damage wasn’t as bad as it could have been as storms moved through areas north of the city Thursday evening.
The winter storm that gave much of Pennsylvania a fresh coat of snow is now bringing bone-chilling temperatures and high winds.
Storms and showers are on the way after a muggy but calm start to the day.
Severe weather will be around the area for much of the day. As a result, a Flood Warning has been issued.
A strong line of storms is expected to reach the area this afternoon, which has prompted a Tornado Watch to be issued.
Saturday started out with beautiful, sunny skies and warm temperatures, but now some severe weather will dampen the rest of the weekend and usher in cooler temperatures early next week.
A woman was injured when high winds caused a tree to topple over in Fayette County this morning.
Heavy winds are to blame for a chimney collapse Wednesday evening in New Castle, Lawrence County.
In a whirl of wind, smoke and snow, firefighters descended on the 400-block of General Braddock Road in New Sewickley Township on Thursday morning.
Almost 10,000 people in western Pennsylvania are without power after high winds knocked down trees and power lines.
Severe weather is moving through parts of the area and causing some damage and flooding.
Summertime storms are just part of the hazard of hosting a mid-summer car paradise in the open air of Schenley Park.
It’s been a day of storm preps across the region from Westmoreland County to Allegheny County and everywhere in between.
While it’s uncertain just how much rain we’ll get, even just the risk of flooding spurs emergency crews to be proactive. They can’t afford to just watch and wait, so they create a plan of attack.