PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Storms rolled through the Pittsburgh area Wednesday afternoon, causing some damage.

Neighbors along one Brookline street will stare at a toppled tree and shattered light poles at least until Thursday.

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Neighbors in Brookline say they heard the wind whipping and then they heard a crack that snapped a big tree in half.

The tree fell onto Hartranft Street, but it came down on the powerlines that knocked two city light poles down and they landed on a poor homeowner’s Jeep. Duquesne Light had to move the light pole so they could get in and out of their driveway and the city says they’re going to be out tomorrow to clean up the mess.

KDKA Meteorologist Ron Smiley says Wednesday looks to be the second of four days in a row with the potential for severe storms.

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Thursday has the chance to be the hottest day of the year with a forecasted high of 92 degrees for Pittsburgh.

Rain chances should peak on Friday ahead of and along a cool front that pushes through in the afternoon to evening. Most data shows a chance for rain through the day on Friday.

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Meghan Schiller