Friday morning, Pittsburgh is waking up to temperatures in the 40s.
Showers and some thunderstorms will continue to affect the western Pennsylvania region today.
If you’re scared of the dark, you can fear a little less tonight.
Penn Hills firefighters took pictures after a heavy rain caused water from a nearby creek to spill onto Old William Penn Highway.
Lightning interrupted mass Sunday morning at St. Bernard’s Church in Mt. Lebanon.
Severe weather will be around the area for much of the day. As a result, a Flood Warning has been issued.
A strong line of storms is expected to reach the area this afternoon, which has prompted a Tornado Watch to be issued.
Saturday started out with beautiful, sunny skies and warm temperatures, but now some severe weather will dampen the rest of the weekend and usher in cooler temperatures early next week.
When you hear the term “Polar Vortex” it creates an image of ice and snow. There are reports that one is making its way toward our area this week.
A strong storm Sunday caused some damage and knocked over trees.
Severe weather tore through the area this afternoon prompting tornado and thunderstorm warnings and leaving behind uprooted trees and property damage in West Deer in Allegheny County and Jackson Center in Mercer County.
Scott Township may have gotten it the worst.
A cluster of storms moved through parts of the area this evening causing some flash flooding in areas like Carnegie and Scott Township.
Part of Route 228 is still closed as crews try to make repairs after Tuesday night’s storms.
Twenty-four hours after high winds and severe storms ripped through the area, a busy road in Butler County is still closed down.