Wetter And Warmer: NOAA Issues Winter Weather ForecastThe National Weather Service issued their winter outlook and says Pittsburgh is poised to be wetter and warmer this winter.
Allegheny, Several Western Pa. Counties Under Frost AdvisoryA frost advisory has been issued for Allegheny County and several other counties in Western Pennsylvania.
Flood Gates On Washington Blvd. Closed Due To Flash FloodingThe flood gates had to be closed on Washington Boulevard late Wednesday night when heavy rains began to fall across the area.
Hurricane Nate Makes Landfall Near Mouth Of MississippiHurricane Nate has made landfall at the mouth of the Mississippi River as a Category 1 storm with winds of 85 mph.
Tropical Storm Nate Strengthening, Could Impact Western PennsylvaniaTropical Storm Nate is strengthening and could impact western Pennsylvania by the end of the weekend.
AccuWeather: Harsh Winter Weather Predicted For NortheastIf you enjoyed the past couple of mild winters in Western Pennsylvania, AccuWeather says don’t get used to it.
Several Western Pa. Counties Under Frost AdvisorySome warmer days are coming next week, but for now, parts of western Pennsylvania are under a frost advisory.
Americans Love Traveling In The Fall, AAA ReportsTwenty-eight percent of people polled by the auto club said they would be hitting the road before the busy holiday season.
'Homes Disintegrated From The Storm': Pittsburgh Native Helping Hurricane-Ravaged Virgin IslandsUpper St. Clair native, Col. John Lloyd, of the U.S. Army Corps. of Engineers Pittsburgh office, is helping the hurricane-ravaged U.S. Virgin Islands.
Code Orange Air Quality Action Day Expected TuesdayA Code Orange Air Quality Action Day is expected for Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas Tuesday.
Hurricane Maria Could Leave Caribbean Islands Without Electricity For WeeksThe eye of Hurricane Maria was nearing the Turks and Caicos early Friday as Puerto Rico sought to recover from the storm’s devastation.
Puerto Rico Left Stunned By Hurricane Maria, Seeking To RebuildTens of thousands of Puerto Ricans stunned by a hurricane that knocked out power for the whole island and paralyzed the U.S. territory with landslides, flooding and downed trees vowed to slowly rebuild amid an economic crisis as rescue crews fanned out Thursday.