Overnight rains have caused some significant flooding problems in parts of Fayette County.
A flash flood warning is in effect for several counties.
State and county officials have been reporting severe flooding in Dubois and some nearby towns in west-central Pennsylvania, after reports of up to four inches of rain Thursday that followed storms the past two days.
Wet weather will continue to linger around much of the area on Thursday.
Another round of wet weather is moving into the area.
A line of powerful storms moved through the area overnight and while the sun may be shining this morning, there’s a threat of more severe weather on the way.
Motorists have had trouble driving through parts of West View Wednesday because of a sinkhole that swallowed up part of Perry Highway.
The heavy rain this afternoon is being blamed for a sinkhole that swallowed up part of Perry Highway in West View.
One of the hardest hit areas of the overnight storms was Stowe Township where a suspected microburst hit the area.
Thunder, wind, lightning and hail all made their way through our area overnight.
While much of the area was greeted with sun Wednesday morning, there could be a very different story this afternoon.
Mother Nature struck again Friday afternoon; dozens of trees that once dotted local neighborhoods were sent crashing to the ground by strong winds and heavy rain.
Severe storms moved through Western Pennsylvania Friday toppling trees, and causing some power outages.
A strong spring storm rolled through the area Tuesday night bringing heavy rains, which caused flash flooding throughout the region.
Springtime in Pittsburgh usually means storms and another round of severe weather is moving into the area this evening.