The warm temperatures are sticking around, but some showers and thunderstorms could move through the area today.
It’s a rainy day in Pittsburgh and thunderstorms and gusty winds are expected to move through the area.
Hot, steamy weather and sporadic thunderstorms make a return to the Pittsburgh area for the holiday weekend.
Strong thunderstorms rolled through the area this morning. Some locations saw heavy rains, lightning and for others, dime-sized hail.
A cool front will set off scattered thunderstorms across the area today. According to KDKA meteorologist Dennis Bowman, some of these storms can be strong with heavy downpours and hail.
Some much-needed rain will fall the area today. KDKA meteorologist Dennis Bowman says periods of showers will be with us and there could be an isolated thunderstorm during the afternoon.
After the scattered strong storms of last evening, we are bracing for round two today.
While spring brought an almost endless amount of rain, Mother Nature is about to turn up the heat this week.
Fast-moving storms hit the Pittsburgh area Monday night and knocked out power to thousands.
After a cloudy start to Thursday, we are expecting some thunderstorm development in the second half of the day.
Summer officially arrives on Tuesday, but our summer weather pattern has been in place for some time now and will continue for several days.
A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for parts of the area as another round of showers and thunderstorms move through tonight and into the morning.
While the day started off with some sunshine, there a chance today that the Pittsburgh area could see more showers and thunderstorms into the evening hours.
While the temperatures will not be as hot today, we do have to keep alert for the possibility of some more scattered storms through this evening. Thursday’s high hit 90 degrees, but today’s high is expected to be just 84 with partly sunny skies.
With the potential for strong thunderstorm development today, the Pittsburgh area could see another round of severe weather push through the area.