Firefighters faced flames and frigid temperatures while responding to a house fire in Beaver County Tuesday morning.
When going outside goes from being uncomfortable, to just plain unsafe, it’s up to city governments to put new plans into action.
Snow, ice, cold, and wind are making life miserable — and you may have noticed it’s also taking a toll on cell phones and other electronics used outdoors.
Shuttering the schools is almost a no-brainer when the roads are too snowy. But when it comes to temperature, it’s more of a judgment call.
Firefighters fought flames and frigid temperatures when an auto repair shop in McCandless caught fire Monday morning.
Crews across the area are still cleaning up from the weekend snow and now, more snow is falling. However, the big problem is a salt shortage.
City officials said crews will continue to plow and salt the roads as more snow moves into the area.
Drivers faced a little bit of everything this morning with accidents, water main breaks and heavy backups.
With the extreme cold refusing to leave, another round of potentially significant snow is closing in on the area.
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – Days when the temperature dips near or below zero, AAA knows they are going to get more service calls than usual. Wednesday morning’s commute was no different.
Staying warm in this weather is not easy, especially if you have to go outside. But, there are some things you can do to protect yourself from the elements.
While the snow has temporarily stopped falling, the same could not be said for the temperature.
With temperatures dipping into single digits most people stay indoors, but Mike Sallows is not most people.
A swirling snowstorm clobbered parts of the mid-Atlantic and the urban Northeast on Tuesday, grounding thousands of flights, closing government offices in the nation’s capital and making a mess of the evening commute.
The snow is falling and temperatures are dropping, which has prompted the City of Pittsburgh to enact emergency response protocols.