Mon Wharf parking lot to reopen Monday
Pittsburgh's Public Parking Authority said the Mon Wharf parking area will reopen to morning commuters on Monday.
A flood advisory from last week expired. All spaces will be available to the public on the standard first-come-first-serve basis.
The authority closed the Mon Wharf on Friday.
The National Weather Service late last week issued a flood advisory for the Ohio River. Water begins to flow into the wharf's parking area at 18 feet. As of Sunday, the Ohio River is just over 16.3 feet at a gauge at Point State Park.
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