South Buffalo resident Ian Murphy said the area is used to wintry precipitation in January, but flooding in the colder months is bizarre.
About 10,000 homes and businesses lost power in Pennsylvania Friday morning, and most outages were reported in western parts of the state.
Crews pumped water out of flooded homes in Pittsburgh Friday morning – something they don’t usually have to do in the winter months.
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The flooding in Allegheny County forced officials to close several roads, and multiple school districts delayed or canceled classes Friday, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
To the south, flooding was also reported in parts of West Virginia overnight.
According to TheNewsCenter-TV, the vehicle apparently was traveling on a road in the Ohio River Valley when it went through high water and was swept into a nearby creek. Authorities are searching for anyone else who might have been in the vehicle.