This Presidents’ Day should have been a day off for students in New Kensington and Arnold.
A salt shortage in the City of Pittsburgh may leave some roads untreated Sunday night.
The winter of 2014 has been one to forget for Bradigan’s Incorporated, a home heating oil and diesel fuel distributor in Kittanning.
Yet another round of snow moved across the area overnight and into late Saturday morning.
For Hempfield Township’s director of Public Works, this morning’s road salt supply numbers were scary.
The unrelenting winter weather has led to emergency declarations.
Additional rounds of snow showers are in the offing for the Pittsburgh area.
Two communities in Westmoreland County have imposed declarations of emergency, restricting travel on local roads and reducing posted speed limits.
Mechanical monsters from a “Star Wars” flick? No, these are the good guys. Crew members bathe each aircraft with jets of spray on Runway 28 at Pittsburgh International Airport.
The snow came in somewhat light but relentless, and the forecasters PennDOT uses had the trucks sitting plow-less as the storm moved in.
Although snow fell for hours without stopping Sunday, the next week is expected to be pretty dry.
Continuous snow all morning led to slick roads and dozens of fender benders throughout the city Sunday.
More communities are reporting tight road salt supplies, and there’s still more than a month left before winter wraps up, at least according to the calendar.
The snow came down so fast, road crews had a hard time keeping up.
Snow is expected overnight, bringing in 1 to 3 inches by the morning commute in the city – with more expected in the north.
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.
A massive blizzard hits New England, burying most areas in more than 2 feet of snow in less than a day.
Viewer photos of the snow that fell on the Pittsburgh area on Friday, Jan. 25.