National Weather Service
Some severe weather moved through the area Monday night. One of the hardest hit areas was Butler County, where a tornado has now been confirmed.
Another round of severe weather prompted watches and warnings across the area today.
t seems we just can’t catch a break from the wet weather as yet another round of showers and storms moves across the area.
The threat of severe weather has been around for days and more could be on the way.
Stormy, unsettled weather has passed through just about every part of the area today, leaving behind damage and causing flash flooding.
Severe weather returned to the area today, bringing heavy rain, high winds, thunder and lightning, and hail.
More heavy rain and storms moved through overnight, which caused damage around the area.
Emergency crews had their hands full overnight as more rain moved through the area, which caused a variety of flooding issues.
The severe weather at the end of the weekend is not over yet, another night of rain has prompted a Flash Flood Warning for several counties across the area.
Some severe weather is closing in on our area, which has prompted an alert.
A tornado touched down in Hermitage Sunday, the National Weather Service confirmed.
Memorial Day weekend normally signifies the unofficial start of summer. So, it only makes sense that a frost advisory and freeze warning will be in effect tonight.
In case you ever have to face a tornado, KDKA-TV’s David Highfield asked Matthew Kramar from the National Weather Service for some advice.
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High winds are affecting a wide stretch of the upper Midwest, from Minnesota to western Pennsylvania.