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Pittsburgh Weather: A tornado clock was published in parts of southwestern Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh (KDKA) — Stormy weather on Wednesday night in southwestern Pennsylvania and West Virginia, giving way to a midnight storm.

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It rained heavily from late Wednesday night to Thursday morning.

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Tornado warnings were issued until 9:45 pm in parts of West Virginia and Ohio. The previous alert to Monongalia County, West Virginia expired at 9 pm.

“At 8:52 pm, we received a report from the Storm Spotter in the Wall Clouds of Farmington, West Virginia,” tweeted NWS Pittsburgh.

“There were reports of funnel clouds from Preston County emergency personnel … no touchdowns. Many of these storms south of Pittsburgh could cause wall clouds / funnel clouds / fast tornadoes. Please continue to pay attention to the weather for the next few hours. ”

The National Weather Service had previously issued a tornado warning to southwestern Pennsylvania and parts of West Virginia, but the warning expired around 8 pm.

Some tornado surveillance in the area, including Washington, Green, and Fayette counties, is valid until 1 am on Thursday.

Dry air will return on Thursday, but it will be slightly below normal highs in the late 70’s and will be mostly cloudy. The chance of a shower on Friday is small, but unlikely.

If you plan to go outdoors, keep your umbrella nearby as showers can fall in the area this weekend as well. Highs remain low until the mid-1970s.

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Pittsburgh Weather: A tornado clock was published in parts of southwestern Pennsylvania

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