PITTSBURGH - Storms that passed through much of the Pittsburgh area Sunday night and early Monday morning caused damages in many areas.
In the city’s Marshall-Shadeland neighborhood, a massive tree fell on Brighton Road causing crews to shut the roadway down while Pittsburgh Public Works crews worked to remove it. The roadway was reopened just before 8 a.m.
Many WPXI-TV Pittsburgh Facebook fans also reported damages in their neighborhood. Jes See, from Cecil Township, said a tree uprooted in her neighborhood and strong storms also mangled a family’s trampoline.
No injuries were reported.
Meteorologist Valerie Smock said Monday will remain mostly cloudy and humid, with patchy fog during the a.m. commute.
“Showers and storms are expected from late morning through the rest of the day,” Smock said. “Those storms can bring heavy and gusty winds.”
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