PennDOT closed the 10th Street Bypass Sunday night due to flooding. The road was reopened Tuesday morning after the river had receded.
Flooding is continuing to have an impact on the morning commute in downtown Pittsburgh. Rain and snow over the weekend caused the rivers to swell and overflow their banks.
Soaking rains turned to snow early Sunday and concerns over rising waters continue to grow across the area. Crews were bracing for more flooding Sunday night, while local residents were preparing for a longer commute to work Monday morning.
The month of March is living up to its billing as one of those peak flooding months and that means the National Weather Service is working overtime.
The Mon Wharf remains closed today due to flooding concerns. The Pittsburgh Parking Authority said heavy debris from flooding has been removed, but freezing temperatures have hampered efforts to remove the mud.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — There is some good news and some bad news for commuters today as the high waters on the local rivers are receding after heavy rain and the snow melt earlier this week. […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – It’s great day to be a duck, but a terrible day to be a driver. Flooding at the Mon Wharf left about 700 parking spots under water. On the other side of […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The water from the three rivers is expected to rise throughout the morning hours and that could prove to be a problem for both the morning and evening commutes. The 10th Street […]
DOWNTOWN (KDKA) — The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for parts of the Pittsburgh area. The Pittsburgh Parking Authority has closed the Mon Wharf which is now taking on water from the […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) — The steady, heavy rain that fell overnight combined with the continually melting snow has many people across the area concerned about the potential for flooding. The Mon Wharf parking lot is closed […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Mon Parking Wharf is closed to drivers Tuesday because of anticipated flooding. Tom Green, from the National Weather Service, said, “We’ll probably have about two inches of rain.” Roughly 700 people […]