Eastern Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia Brace for Severe Thunderstorms Through Friday Night

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Coshocton, OH – Residents in Eastern Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia should prepare for waves of showers and thunderstorms continuing through Friday night, with the potential for severe weather impacting the region.

According to the National Weather Service in Pittsburgh, the best chances for thunderstorms are during the afternoon and evening hours. Some of these storms could escalate to severe levels, with primary threats including damaging wind gusts and heavy downpours. These conditions could lead to localized flash flooding, making travel and outdoor activities hazardous.

The National Weather Service advises keeping a close eye on the forecast and having multiple ways to receive weather alerts. With rain expected to taper off by Saturday morning, the weekend is anticipated to be dry, offering some relief after the stormy weather. Residents are urged to know where the nearest shelter is located and to take action promptly if a warning is issued.

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