It’s going to be a cold, wintry weekend in Pittsburgh with falling temperatures and some snow showers.
This weekend November gets a little colder and we could see some snow.
Six are dead after tornadoes ravage Midwest but many lives were saved due to early predictions and tracking of these severe storms.
The severe weather affecting some of the Midwest could creep into Pittsburgh late Sunday night.
It’s not quite a winter wonderland, but many got the first taste of winter today, enough snow to tell us the seasons are changing.
Our first widespread snow accumulation of the season appears to be on the horizon for the western Pennsylvania region.
Some heavy storm damage has been reported throughout many areas, including Westmoreland County.
This winter is shaping up to be full of changes; significant shifts in the weather patterns leading to changes occurring on a month-to-month basis.
Severe weather is moving through parts of the area and causing some damage and flooding.
Curtis Woods is cleaning up after flash flooding dumped more than three feet of water in his North 11th Street basement in Apollo on Wednesday.
Heavy rains are causing flooding in parts of the area, including in Armstrong County. There are reports of flooding problems all over the county.
Morning rain has caused flash flooding in parts of Washington and Fayette counties.
Flood waters covered the parking lot at the shopping center along Little Deer Creek Road in Russellton, West Deer Township, on Thursday night.
Heavy rains are causing severe flooding in parts of the area tonight.
Another round of evening storms has left some areas flooded.
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.
Lots of KDKA-TV viewers have made creative snowmen so far this season. See what they’ve made.
Viewer photos from the snowstorm on Dec. 26, 2012.
Snowstorms are starting to hit locally, as well as in other areas around the country.
From Westmorland County to the City of Pittsburgh, Superstorm Sandy let her presence be known across the local area – including gusty winds, heavy rains, snow and flooding. Here’s a look at some of the destruction.