It’s as much a part of New Year’s Day as pork, sauerkraut and football. For some people across the area, 2012 got off to a very chilly start with the Polar Bear Plunge at the Monongahela River.
While the rain is expected to move out in time for Thanksgiving, several flood warnings have already been issued.
Following Tuesday night’s meeting on concerns about flooding, there are some new worries today over the recent wet weather.
The recent line of rain showers that have moved through the area have caused a flood advisory to be issued.
There are two traffic alerts today that could ease the stress of the Monday morning commute for many drivers.
Rainy days have become a constant around the area this spring, which has caused rivers and streams to swell. Now, the Mon Wharf will remain closed through Saturday.
The Pittsburgh Parking Authority is making available about 200 to 250 spaces on the Stanwix Street side of the Wharf.
Officials with the Pittsburgh Parking Authority say the Mon Wharf will remain closed on Monday because of flooding concerns.
Heavy rains over the weekend have forced rivers around the area to swell. As a result, the Monday morning commute will be impacted.
Recent rain showers have prompted another flood advisory for the Mon Wharf parking area.
Officials with the Pittsburgh Parking Authority say part of the Mon Wharf parking lot will be reopened to commuters on Monday morning now that a flood advisory has been lifted.
The recent storms that moved through the area this week are having an impact on the rivers around Pittsburgh.
Officials with the Pittsburgh Parking Authority say part of the Mon Wharf parking lot will be reopened to commuters on Monday.
Commuters have had to get used to not being able to park in the Mon Wharf recently. On Monday, it was announced that it won’t be open for the rest of the week.
High waters covered the Mon Wharf and flowed onto the busy “bathtub” section of the parkway in downtown Pittsburgh.