t seems we just can’t catch a break from the wet weather as yet another round of showers and storms moves across the area.
This recent stretch of wet weather is impacting outdoor activities all over the region.
Rain moved into the Pittsburgh area Monday morning, and we could be dodging showers the rest of the week.
The threat of severe weather has been around for days and more could be on the way.
A Facebook post about a “fake” tornado warning had emergency officials in Butler County very upset today.
The tornado that touched down in Cranberry Township was considered the weakest on the scale, an EF0. However, it still did a good deal of damage.
Fortunately no one was hurt when a tornado touched down Saturday in Cranberry, but residents did spend Sunday cleaning up the mess.
A quick-moving storm cell left a wake of damage through parts of Allegheny and Butler counties.
Our area has received plenty of rain over the past week. With more on the way, flood alerts have been issued.
The National Weather Service has issued an advisory following the rain we’ve had.
Stormy, unsettled weather has passed through just about every part of the area today, leaving behind damage and causing flash flooding.
Severe weather returned to the area today, bringing heavy rain, high winds, thunder and lightning, and hail.
While there were no major storms Saturday night, the rain did cause a little bit of damage.
Several people injured in a traffic accident in the Uptown section of the city.
After a warm and muggy day, scattered showers and storms are moving through the area this evening.