Get To Know More About KDKA’s Jeff Verszyla With His Answers To These 22 Questions:
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.
Another round of wet weather is moving into the area.
Monday morning’s big chunk of snow is mostly past us, but some areas will still be getting some flurries overnight.
Warnings and advisories are in effect across the region as another round of winter weather moves through the area, and it could make for a tough Wednesday morning commute.
Wednesday’s expected to be another wet day for Pittsburgh.
Another round of winter weather is expected to arrive just in time for the Friday morning rush.
After some record warm temperatures this week, cold weather has settled back in again. So, is this a taste of what’s in store for the month of February and beyond?
Another round of winter weather will be adding to the snow that is still on the ground from Wednesday’s storm.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A blast of winter weather brought snow and ice to the Pittsburgh area Wednesday covering everything in a blanket of white and creating treacherous road conditions. A Wind Advisory is in effect […]
Predictions are very difficult, especially about the future. So, constructing a long range outlook, like a winter forecast, is much more complex than our daily 5-day.
The weather has been hot and humid over the past few days, but those conditions are expected to change as the weekend gets underway.
The last few days we have seen nearly perfect weather, but can possibly it last? According to KDKA Chief Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla’s Summer Outlook, in June, July and August, the average high is expected to be 79.5.
Several counties in the Pittsburgh area are under a Winter Storm Warning, including Allegheny, Fayette, Greene, Somerset, Washington and Westmoreland counties.
The overall theme and driving atmospheric influence for the next three months has not changed. However, a slight early season shift in some global weather features has prompted a few changes to Jeff Verszyla’s winter outlook.
It’s that time of year again. The temperatures have started to drop and the first snowflakes began to fly over the weekend. However, how much snow can we expect this winter?