Record rainfall in the Pittsburgh area has closed roads and trails, flooded basements and led to a series of emergency rescues. Rtvsrece wants to know how a historically wet (so far) start to 2024 has affected you. Send us a blurb, a picture or a video (or all 3), let us know who you are for verification, and we may publish yours with other accounts.

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