Chance for strong storms Tuesday night and Wednesday morning

Chance for strong storms Tuesday night and Wednesday morning

Storms have the potential for damaging winds and hail

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AND NO FARE COLLECTION. ASHLEY: 4:48, WE ARE DEALING WITH SOME MILDER AIR IN PLACE AND WE WILL SEE A CHANCE FOR SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS THROUGH THE DAY TODAY. 52 DEGREES AS YOU WAKE UP IN PITTSBURGH, 49 IN CRANBERRY AND BEAVER, 52 IN — 48 IN BUTER AND UNIONTOWN AT 52. WE HAVE SHOWERS MAINLY SOUTH OF THE CITY OF ITS WORK, IMPACTING WASHINGTON COUNTY, WHEELING, ALL THE WAY INTO THE NORTHERN PARTS OF FAYETTE COUNTY. ALSO SOUTHERN PARTS OF WESTMORELAND. IT IS GOING TO EDGE INTO SOMERSET. YOU CAN SEE A LITTLE BIT TO OUR WEST, SHOWERS AND STORMS GETTING READY TO HIT NEAR COLUMBUS TO READ IT WILL BE CREEPING INTO OUR AREA. WE ARE EXPECTING TO SEE THIS ON AND OFF, SO IT IS NOT A WASHOUT OF THE DAY, WE COULD EVEN ALLOW FOR A FEW PEEKS OF SUNSHINE. THE YELLOW HERE IS A SCATTERED RISK. THE ENTIRE AREA, FOR STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ESPECIALLY TONIGHT INTO TOMORROW MORNING. THESE STORMS COULD HAVE DAMAGING WINDS AND LARGE HAIL BAMA, SO WE WILL BE WATCHING IT CLOSELY. HERE IS THE LATEST ON FUTURECAST AS WE CONTINUE AROUND LUNCHTIME, SHOWERS AND STORMS HITTING, VERY HIT OR MISS. AGAIN, NOT A WASHOUT. BEAVER COUNTY AND WASHINGTON COUNTY AND GREENE COUNTY, BY 3:00, STILL SOME SCATTERED RAIN SHOWERS IN THE EVENING. OVERNIGHT AND EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING, THIS IS THE LINE WE WILL BE WATCHING, IT WILL START UP AROUND I-80 AND SLOWLY START TO WORK SOUTHWARD. BY 3:00 A.M., IT WILL IMPACT WASHINGTON, ALTHOUGH A INTO SOMERSET AND WESTMORELAND. WE’LL START TO PUSH SOUTH OF I 70 DOWN NEAR MORGANTOWN AND GARRETT BY 5:00 A.M. WEDNESDAY. STILL SOME CLOUDS TO DEAL WITH IN THE AFTERNOON AND THEN THEY DECREASE AFTER LUNCHTIME. WE SEE SOME SUNSHINE, BUT IT IS SHORT-LIVED. ANOTHER ROUND OF SHOWERS WORKS ITS WAY IN ON THURSDAY, AND THE CHANCE OF SNOWFLAKES STILL PLAYING AROUND FRIDAY. SO WE COULD STILL HAVE SOME SNOW, AS TEMPERATURES DIP DOWN NEAR THE FREEZING MARK. ALWAYS BEST TO NEVER PLAN EARLY. THAT IS BY JOE DINARDO. A CHANCE OF SNOWFLA

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Chance for strong storms Tuesday night and Wednesday morning

Storms have the potential for damaging winds and hail

Some isolated storms expected to move into the Pittsburgh area Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning carry the potential for damaging winds and hail.Pittsburgh’s Action Weather meteorologist Ashley Dougherty said Tuesday will see mainly on-and-off rain until those storms move into the area later in the day.On Tuesday morning, temperatures were in the mid-40’s and low-50’s in most of the Pittsburgh area with a few light rain showers, mainly south of the city of Pittsburgh.

Some isolated storms expected to move into the Pittsburgh area Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning carry the potential for damaging winds and hail.

Pittsburgh’s Action Weather meteorologist Ashley Dougherty said Tuesday will see mainly on-and-off rain until those storms move into the area later in the day.

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On Tuesday morning, temperatures were in the mid-40’s and low-50’s in most of the Pittsburgh area with a few light rain showers, mainly south of the city of Pittsburgh.