Severe weather Tuesday afternoon and evening left behind some scattered damage and flooding around the area.
The run of great weather we had over the long holiday weekend is over.
It’s that time of year again, spring fire season.
Tuesday wasn’t just filled with April showers, but April flurries.
Pittsburghers likely won’t be able to see tonight’s total lunar eclipse.
Snow showers in our area will cause visibility issues.
Putting the plows back on their trucks was the last thing local public works crews wanted to do today.
Tuesday is expected to be another nice, mild day in Pittsburgh.
In Beaver County, some crews are going without their trucks, plows and salt.
In most areas, officials are calling for people to stay off the roads.
The weekend started off calm, there was even sunshine and milder temperatures, but that’s all over now as a winter storm barrels into the area.
In Schenley Park on Saturday, it looked more like a spring day than the day before a giant snowstorm is supposed to hit.
Be sure to soak up the milder weather Saturday, because a big storm’s expected to roll through Sunday.
Mayor Bill Peduto, flanked by his Public Works Department team, came out Friday evening to reassure the City of Pittsburgh that they’re ready for the coming winter storm.
With 6 inches to a foot of snow possibly heading our way Sunday night, city crews are preparing.
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.