A series of storms Thursday night wreaked havoc in Western Pennsylvania, flooding roads for a second day in a row and knocking over trees.
Expect more of the same today. More heavy rain and thunderstorms moving into the area Friday will bring heavy rain and gusty winds. The risk for severe storms will go up as a cold front moves through the area.
Severe storms possible later today.
I have the latest timing/track on Channel 11 News at Noon.
A road in South Park was closed late Thursday night for a fallen tree, as well. Corrigan Drive was closed between Corrigan Circle and the ice skating rink for about an hour until that tree could be cleared.
Roads in Baldwin again were washed out as flash flooding was reported in Allegheny and Washington counties. Streets Run and Baldwin roads both took on several feet of water, although no one was reported trapped in the fast-rising waters.
Flooding was also reported on State Route 51 in Pleasant Hills/Jefferson Hills, where a portion of the northbound lane was closed.
McKnight Road/Siebert Road was closed due to the road being flooded, and flooding was reported on Lebanon Church Road, too.