Despite earlier summertime weather, a frost advisory will go into effect for Pittsburgh Saturday.
The latest round of winter weather has moved into the area and caused several accidents during the Monday morning commute.
According to Meteorologist Kristin Emery, the first wave of precipitation has started to clear our region from south to north taking the combination of rain, freezing rain, sleet and wet snow with it.
More winter weather is on the way and could impact the Monday morning commute. As a result, alerts and warnings have been issued for much of the area.
With a line of snow showers moving into the region, a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for much of the area through Sunday morning.
A week of sub-freezing temperatures is taking a toll on pipes.
The snow moved out a few hours ago, and we aren’t expecting much more Saturday. However, the cold temperatures overnight could continue to cause some icy conditions on the roads.
The mayor of Braddock went going door to door on Wednesday making certain residents with no gas service have some sort of heat.
When it gets this cold, people aren’t the only ones looking for heat and shelter. Responsible owners know that you’ve got to look out for your pets, too. But not all are so responsible.
Low temperatures and bitter-cold wind chills have swept in across the region today. Despite some sunshine, the high will reach just 14 degrees this afternoon with sub-zero wind chills all day.
Winter has come to Pittsburgh. Cold temperatures, gusty winds and even some snow – it has all arrived just as the holiday weekend gets underway.
A late-season blast of winter weather has settled into the area and is expected to stick around for the remainder of the day.
The weather was cool and calm Sunday evening, but that is all expected to change overnight as snow is set to return to the region.
The sunny skies and warm temperatures that we’ve been enjoying are now a thing of the past.
A family returned to their Mount Lebanon home Sunday to find the outside of the structure on fire.