Some Pittsburgh suburbs hit by flash floods during a brief but intense weekend thunderstorm are blaming overloaded sewers for the mess.
Scott Township may have gotten it the worst.
Some strong storms ripped through the area late Monday night into Tuesday morning.
It’s an active day for weather in the Pittsburgh area. Showers and thunderstorms have been moving through Wednesday morning.
Days of heavy rain continue to cause flash flooding problems across the area.
People living on Millers Lane in Lower Burrell are still cleaning up Friday morning due to some severe flooding.
The heavy rains that fell around the Pittsburgh region Thursday are being blamed for some flash flooding and evening rush hour traffic troubles.
Heavy rains this afternoon caused some flash flooding along a busy road in Monroeville.
The National Weather Service is surveying the damage after last night’s strong storms.
A powerful line of storms moved through the area Wednesday evening, but more storms could be on the way today.
A tornado watch is in effect for much of the viewing area until 9 p.m.
The surging creek roared through Sutersville Wednesday night like a freight train.
Consol Energy Center is only a few years old, but this week’s heavy rains are creating some problems at the building.
Some powerful storms moved through the area on Tuesday, but more of the same is expected today.
The run of great weather we had over the long holiday weekend is over.