Morning rain has caused flash flooding in parts of Washington and Fayette counties.
The rain didn’t put much of a damper on the excitement of Steelers’ fans who watched the team take the field at Saint Vincent College Saturday for the first open practice of Training Camp.
Another round of storms is moving into the area, but the good news is this wet weather is expected to usher in cooler, less humid air behind it.
Monday’s quick burst of storms and relentless rains left behind plenty of damage around the area.
Heavy rain Monday evening has left some roads flooded.
An evening storm caught some areas by surprise with flooding and heavy rain.
Extreme heat gave way to powerful thunderstorms and rain Tuesday afternoon. In Versailles, the rain and wind cut off roads, power and flooded homes.
Many people around the area are dealing with the effects of widespread damage and flooding from Wednesday powerful storms.
Crews have been working hard to clean up the mess left behind by Wednesday’s storms.
National Weather Service officials will investigate the scene where a suspected tornado touched down in Lawrence County Wednesday.
Robinson Run was roiling and relentless in Oakdale Wednesday as two rounds of heavy rain and storms moved through.
While the strong storms have moved out of our area, their effects are still being felt.
Castle Shannon was just one of the places around the area, which suffered some significant flooding damage during today’s storms.
Residents in Bridgeville are cleaning up after Wednesday morning storms caused some significant flooding.
The crowd cheered for Wednesday night’s fireworks show at the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta.