It’s been a long week of bitterly cold winter weather, but it looks like the worst is yet to come in the form of snow this weekend and another icy blast of air early next week.
Our three rivers are quickly becoming less flowing and more rock solid on the surface.
Another round of winter weather is hitting our region.
The prolonged cold and repeated bursts of snow are really doing a number on hardware supplies this winter.
Something new has arrived in Pittsburgh, just in time to warm people up.
A swirling snowstorm clobbered parts of the mid-Atlantic and the urban Northeast on Tuesday, grounding thousands of flights, closing government offices in the nation’s capital and making a mess of the evening commute.
In Washington County, the snow started falling long before daybreak.
We’re past the polar vortex, but more cold temperatures are headed our way.
There have been many landslides around the area caused by winter weather, and now PennDot is trying to figure out how to clean up one big mess along Route 28.
The pent up Allegheny had returned to a hasty flow by midday Monday, after the ice jamming it had broken up and moved down stream or pushed to the East Brady banks.
Huge chunks of ice that created navigation problems on the Allegheny River have prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Flood Watch.
It’s a rare sight, but a beautiful one as the American side of Niagara Falls is frozen over.
This has been a rough week for outdoor jobs in Pittsburgh. But it’s hard to imagine a more difficult task than working on steel beams, high above the ground.
“Snow Days” are becoming a thing of the past at some local schools.
A transmission tower stands silhouetted against a frosty sky. The sub-zero digits during this record-breaking cold are demanding a lot of juice to keep warm, especially with our neighbors in the northeast.
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.