About 13,000 people were left without power after severe storms rolled through Pittsburgh Tuesday night.
Winter has finally loosened its grip on western Pennsylvania, but with warmer weather comes the threat of thunderstorms.
As high winds tore through the area, they left behind all sorts of destruction from trees falling on homes to in one case, actually knocking down parts of a house.
A fast-moving line of storms caused some minor damage around the area Wednesday morning.
A line of strong storms will be moving through western Pennsylvania today, starting late this morning and running into the afternoon.
A line of storms has prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for much of western Pennsylvania and parts of West Virginia and Maryland.
It’s going to be another rainy April day in the Pittsburgh area Tuesday. Commuters had to deal with rain showers during the morning commute, but some heavier rains are still on the way.