A flash flood warning is in effect for several counties.
Residents in parts of central Pennsylvania are cleaning up after severe thunderstorms swept through the region, causing flooding, damaging homes and forcing evacuations.
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.
An organized complex of storms is expected to bring heavy rains, gusty winds and flash flooding to the area overnight and into the early morning hours of Thursday.
It’s been a day of storm preps across the region from Westmoreland County to Allegheny County and everywhere in between.
Some showers and thunderstorms are possible across the area tonight and into the morning hours of Sunday ahead of some cooler temperatures moving into the region.
Before a heat wave hits the area later this week, another round of wet weather could bring strong storms, high winds and hail today.
There’s some rain on the radar today as wet weather moves through the area, ushering in some cooler temperatures for Mother’s Day weekend.
Emergency responders from the Mon Valley region had their work cut out for them Tuesday night because of the severe weather.