Severe thunderstorm warnings for western Pennsylvania

Severe thunderstorm warnings for western Pennsylvania

Severe thunderstorm warnings have been issued for Western Pennsylvania

Storms make Saturday a Severe Weather Alert day in Pittsburgh

Roads and do not attempt to cross any flooded roads. So let us walk you through the rest of the evening. Here is the future broadcast. Once again, rain and storms are in the sky, and most of our severe threats end here by eight, 9:00. The rain will begin to subside after that point. By the time we get to tomorrow morning, we’ll be dry. There may be some lingering clouds, maybe an area or two of fog and then sunshine returns Sunday as high temperatures return to the lower 80s. As we get closer to Monday, we will see our next system begin to arrive. We are dry to start the day, but as we head through the afternoon, showers and thunderstorms will begin to arrive from the southwest and will spread across the area as we head through the night into Tuesday. These storms are likely to be strong as well. For this reason, Monday will also be a Severe Weather Alert day for the rest of the day, although until about 9:00, several thunderstorms are likely across the area. Once again, damaging winds and flooding are our primary concerns, but an isolated tornado still cannot be ruled out as we head through the next few hours. 84 us tomorrow. Once again, when we dry, we will have rain and storms again. Overall late Monday at 78. Rain continues into Tuesday. At 74, we’ll be dry Wednesday at 78 lows in the 50s. Wednesday and Thursday morning. Return shower O

Severe thunderstorm warnings have been issued for Western Pennsylvania

Storms make Saturday a Severe Weather Alert day in Pittsburgh

Saturday is a Severe Weather Alert day, with some thunderstorms likely to become severe. Watch the forecast from Pittsburgh’s Action Weather in the video above. A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued from the National Weather Service for parts of Fayette and Westmoreland counties until 10:15 p.m. More: Read current alerts for your county Interactive Radar: Track rain and storms Learn how to enable automatic weather alerts on the WTAE mobile app The rain will continue In the first part of the night. We are dry on Sunday before our next system arrives on Monday with showers and storms. Download the WTAE app to stay connected with severe weather alerts and breaking news. Do you already have the WTAE mobile app? Click here to learn how to get automatic alerts for storms and severe weather where you are.

Saturday is a Severe Weather Alert day, with some thunderstorms likely to become severe.

Watch the weather forecast from Pittsburgh’s Action Weather in the video above.

Severe thunderstorm warning The National Weather Service has issued a forecast for parts of Fayette and Westmoreland counties until 10:15 p.m

Rain will continue into the first part of the night. We feel dry on Sunday before our next system arrives on Monday with showers and storms.

  • Download the WTAE app to stay connected with severe weather alerts and breaking news.
  • Do you already have the WTAE mobile app? Click here to learn how to get automatic alerts for storms and severe weather where you are.

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