If you think it’s been a cold February in Pittsburgh, you’re right – near-record cold, in fact.
Another round of snow is expected this weekend.
The source of our summer pleasure is stilled by winter’s icy grip and quickly becoming a threat.
The extreme cold we’ve been dealing with has broken another record.
Winter still has its cold, icy grip on our area and there doesn’t appear to be an end in sight.
Pennsylvania residents digging out from as much as 8 inches of snow or more are now being warned about dangerous wind chills expected in many areas.
The snow is out — almost — but the cold is coming back.
The bitter cold has put a pinch on some businesses, and Saturday’s snow has them wondering how many people will venture out.
Finding child care can be a real issue when school’s cancelled, but parents still have to go to work.
A new winter storm is scheduled to take effect early Saturday.
If you were up early, you may have noticed that the smoke coming from your neighbor’s chimneys looked a little different this morning.
Frostnip, frostbite, hypothermia – or just plain cold – when the temperatures drop this low, these are all very real possibilities.
Another round of brutally cold weather has settled into our area, which has prompted plenty of school closings and delays around the area this morning.
If you enjoyed the brutally cold weather earlier this week, you’re going to love what’s coming for the next few days.
Some overnight snow and cold temperatures have caused some slick spots on the roads for the Tuesday morning commute.
Freezing rain caused some scary moments for drivers around the Pittsburgh area on Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014. The icy roads and slick conditions caused numerous accidents.
Seeking answers for his annual Winter Weather Forecast, KDKA Chief Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla went to Gobblers Knob to get the final word from the world’s foremost furry prognosticator!
Ice cover on the Allegheny River, north of Parker has left a pair of deer trapped.
The handlers for groundhog Punxsutawney Phil say he’s forecasting six more weeks of what already has felt like a brutally long and cold winter.
Winds, and Snow Combined to create unique looking “wind snowballs.”
A Westmoreland County dock was destroyed Sunday morning after large chunks of ice broke free from an ice jam on the Allegheny River.
A line of storms caused widespread flooding around much of the Pittsburgh area on July 10, 2013.