Western Pennsylvania’s first widespread snow event is expected on Tuesday with most seeing minor road issues during the morning commute.
You may have wondered why it seems winters now aren’t as cold or snowy as they used to be. But is that more perception than reality? And what can we expect in the future?
Temperatures are expected to only go lower over the next two mornings behind a cold front that will bring a quick round of rain and snow tonight.
In western Pennsylvania, you have about a 50 percent chance of seeing flurries in October.
Tropical Storm Nate is strengthening and could impact western Pennsylvania by the end of the weekend.
While the weather has been mostly calm locally, moisture from a tropical depression could move in this week.
It won’t be a direct hit but Tropical Storm Cindy will have an impact on our weather over the next couple of days.
We wrap up May as the 16th straight month where the City of Pittsburgh has recorded above the monthly average temps.
A significant winter storm is expected to impact the region over the next couple of days.
Winter makes its triumphant return to the Northeast this weekend with up to 7 inches of snow possible through parts of Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.
Winter may not be over just yet if model data coming out this morning is to be believed.
The Air Dragon claims to inflate tires, balls and other items in seconds, but does it really do that?
Meteorologist Ron Smiley is not ready to say that winter is over just yet, but we will be Spring’ing ahead this weekend with highs in the upper 50s.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for several communities across western Pennsylvania due to snow from a mid-level low.
It was nice while it lasted wasn’t it? After our two-week spring fling with warmer weather, winter weather returns today.