• Live updates as landslides, minor flooding remain a concern


    After a cold start to the workweek on Monday morning, temperatures will recover into the 50s by afternoon.

    PHOTOS: See when the rain will fall in your neighborhood

    Fair weather with dry conditions is expected Monday through late Wednesday with highs in the 50s. 



    • About 7.04 inches of rain has fallen so far this month, breaking the old monthly record of 6.52 inches set back in 1887.
    • The 10th Street Bypass is still closed as a precaution.
    • Water will not reach the "bathtub" part of Interstate 376. The Parkway Central will remain open. The bathtub floods at 25 feet -- the latest forecast crest is 23.5 feet around midnight Monday.
    • Clouds are decreasing. Dry weather is expected through mid-week.
    • Greenleaf Street in Duquesne Heights remains closed due to a landslide on Friday
    • There is a heavy amount of debris near PNC Park, including fallen trees and branches



    7:20 a.m. (2/26/18)

    Crews are working to clear the landslide that destroyed a home above Route 51. Chopper 11 flew over the cleanup and damage Monday morning.

    4 a.m. (2/26/18)

    We’re tracking where landslides and flooding will impact travel during the morning commute for Channel 11 Morning News.

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    All flood watches have been canceled.

    9:30 a.m.

    An update from Allegheny County says river levels are rising and are expected to rise through most of the day on Sunday.

    High wind warning are also forecasting for today, according to officials. Gusts up to 40 mph can be expected. 

    9:00 a.m.

    Flood advisory canceled for Beaver, Butler, Lawrence, Mercer and Venango Counties.

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    Foward Avenue in Squirrel Hill has been closed on and off since Friday. 

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    The National Weather Service says strong gusts of 35-45 mph are possible as a front moves through the area. Downed trees and scattered power outages are possible. 

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    About 6.68 inches of rain has fallen this month, breaking the old monthly record of 6.52 inches set back in 1887.

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    The National Weather Service issued an Areal Flood Warning for the far eastern parts of Ohio. Some areas could see up to two inches of rainfall overnight. 


    11:20 p.m.

    Meteorologist Kevin Benson said the majority of areas will not see flooding until Sunday morning, and potentially Sunday night. He said areas that could see minor flooding include: Braddock, Elizabeth, Sutersville, and Charleroi. 

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    Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Clarion, Fayette, Forest, Greene, Indiana, Preston, Venango, Washington, and Westmoreland counties are all under flood watches in effect until 7 p.m. Sunday.


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    The strongest storms will move through the area between 11 p.m. and 4 a.m. 

    Flooding is still possible because of the heavy downpours, especially near rivers and areas of poor drainage. 

    The National Weather Service has also lowered the total rainfall expected. However, it said much of the Ohio River is still forecast to approach or surpass minor flood levels. 

    According to the NWS, river flood watches remain in effect for much of the Ohio River and parts of the lower Monongahela River.
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    Rain is starting to fall, and will get heavier through Saturday night into early Sunday morning.

    Fayette County: Rush Run Road is closed between Labelle Road and Heisterberg Rd in Luzerne Township due to debris on the roadway

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    Several more roads have closed in Allegheny County due to landslides. Click here for details.

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