There’s great news for area ski resorts as winter isn’t done just yet for Western Pennsylvania.
A busy day of weather is expected with rain showers pushing through the area today and snow showers possible tonight.
A 127-year-old weather record has been smashed in Pittsburgh. By the time the sun sets, we very well could have seen one of the hottest February days on record.
Residents across the region are cleaning up after a line of storms caused widespread flooding and damage.
A complex weather system will impact western Pennsylvania on Wednesday, which will bring a chance for snow, rain and freezing rain at times.
More snow is in the forecast as some areas in the Pittsburgh region continue to recover from this weekend’s mess of ice and snow.
The city of Pittsburgh is going to look far different on Saturday than what it looks like today thanks to a winter storm.
A Winter Storm Warning has now been issued for parts of Western Pennsylvania due to a strong storm system bringing snow and icy conditions to the region Friday night into Saturday morning.
Not only will the Pittsburgh Steelers have to fight the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, both teams will have to fight mother nature as well.
Winter weather returns as we head into the weekend.
Another round of snow will move through western Pennsylvania overnight tonight, which could impact those traveling for New Year’s Eve celebrations.
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.