Severe thunderstorms are expected to hit the Pittsburgh region Monday afternoon and evening.
Public Works crews around the area are working to clean up after severe weather moved through the area Thursday night.
Extreme winds, rain and lightning struck the Pittsburgh region Thursday evening.
It might sound strange, but there are some thunderstorms moving into the area on Christmas Eve.
Some strong storms moved through the area overnight and more are on the way.
Showers and some thunderstorms will continue to affect the western Pennsylvania region today.
A lightning strike reportedly caused a partial collapse at an apartment building in Pittsburgh’s Hazelwood neighborhood Saturday evening.
A strong storm Sunday caused some damage and knocked over trees.
Rain is expected to fall throughout the day and has prompted a Flood Watch.
In Monroeville, a lightning bolt struck a tree and traveled a twisting path until it hit a nearby home Wednesday morning.
Another round of severe weather is closing in on the region, but at least it’s not snow this time.
Crews are working to repair a crack in a smokestack at the Edgewood Elementary School that may have been caused by a lightning strike.
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.
Flood waters reportedly trapped a vehicle near the Boston Bridge in Versailles late this afternoon.
A strong line of storms made its way through the area this morning, but round two is coming this afternoon. as a result, several watches and warnings have been issued for various parts of the viewing area.