The first of two cold fronts is sweeping through our region and stirring up storms.

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A cold front swept through Pittsburgh and brought storms with damaging winds and flash flooding.

Lebanon Church Road in West Mifflin flooded, and a person tried to drive through floodwater. The car ended up getting stuck.

Gusty winds also took down trees and branches in Washington County. All watches and warnings have expired.

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A second front arrives Thursday and drops temperatures back out of the unseasonably hot category to more tolerable upper 70s for two days before heat begins to return again next week. More showers and storms linger Thursday with the second front and a few showers will stick around Friday.

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Saturday looks nice with just a chance of a scattered shower and the Fourth of July looks sunny and dry with highs in the lower 80s.

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