Warnings for Severe Thunderstorms, Tornadoes, and Flash Floods popped through north-central West Virginia as the region saw inclement weather.
Areas of heavy rain brought two to three inches of rain in a short period of time and locally higher amounts across some of the area with brief, heavy downpours and wind gusts eclipsing 50 mph. The heaviest rainfall amounts and flood reports came from Doddridge, Lewis, Harrison, and Ritchie Counties.
A reported tornado was spotted in Preston County with these storms.
The National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office in Pittsburgh, Pa., will be conducting a survey later this week to determine if a tornado, did in fact, touch down.
We’ll bring you the latest information on that survey as it becomes available.
Here are some pictures our viewers sent in from the severe weather that his the area on Tuesday: