PITTSBURGH — Drizzle and fog will make for a damp start to the day Tuesday, but we’ll see a break in our wet weather pattern through the afternoon.
Another storm will push rain back into the area after lunch Wednesday, along with the threat of snow for some areas-especially north of Pittsburgh.
Rain will be steady at times late Wednesday through Thursday and could be heavy enough to bring the threat for flooding along creeks, streams and poor drainage areas.
Colder air will quickly move back in Thursday, bringing the risk for bands of lake effect snow and icy spots. Low temperatures early Friday will drop into the teens.
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The National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for Allegheny County. As of 3:45 p.m. Monday, water was at 17.2 feet. The water level is expected to reach 18.8 feet by Tuesday afternoon, before dropping back down to 17.5 feet by Thursday morning. At that point more rain is expected to bring the water level near 19 feet.
The Mon Wharf will be closed Tuesday because of the rain and will be closed until further notice. For reference, the wharf starts to flood at 18 feet and is completely flooded at 19.5 feet.
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