BUTLER COUNTY, Pa. – Severe storms were located along the south-western side of Butler County.
The storms are moving south and north at 15-MPH. Hail up to 1-inch is expected to occur.
Remember to stay away from downed power lines as they could contain electricity still.
Also, report any flooded roads and downed lines to 911 directly.
More severe storms are expected tonight as well.
Rainfall totals of 1.0 to 2.5 inches are expected with locally higher amounts possible … Flash flooding of urban areas, small streams, and roads may result.
Multiple clusters of relatively disorganized convection are expected to affect this region today, where rather warm/humid surface conditions persist. While the overall synoptic setting is not favorable for severe storms, pockets of moderate CAPE and mesoscale interactions may result in a gusty winds in the stronger storms later this afternoon. There is a potential for a more organized risk of severe storms late tonight as an MCS moves from southern Quebec into northern New England. However, the overnight timing of the system lends considerable uncertainty regarding the severe threat.