If there’s snow, you’ll find Jessie and Tyler Duda skiing.
Although in Pittsburgh – and in other parts of the East Coast – we shivered through February’s record-breaking cold, we were pretty much alone.
The temperature plummeted overnight and another record has fallen along with it.
There was significant snowfall in quite a few places Thursday, and that was on top of the already ongoing flooding concerns. But the big concern now is falling temperatures that will likely dip into the single digits.
The Pittsburgh region will see snow Sunday and into Monday.
If you think it’s been a cold February in Pittsburgh, you’re right – near-record cold, in fact.
Another round of snow is expected this weekend.
The extreme cold we’ve been dealing with has broken another record.
The snow is out — almost — but the cold is coming back.
The bitter cold has put a pinch on some businesses, and Saturday’s snow has them wondering how many people will venture out.
Cold season is in full swing, and many people turn to so-called “natural” remedies to try to prevent colds or ease symptoms.
If you have lived in Pittsburgh long enough, you know how cold it has to be for the Allegheny River to be frozen over.
The latest round of frigid weather to move into our area has actually set a couple of records.
Frostnip, frostbite, hypothermia – or just plain cold – when the temperatures drop this low, these are all very real possibilities.
With temperatures expected to get as low as minus 14 in some areas tonight many people are having trouble starting their cars. “Today will be one of those days,” says Tim Dietz, owner of Troubleshooters Auto Repair on Babcock Blvd in the North Hills.
Dietz joined the KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway with a list of tips on what you can do to prevent an automotive headache.