Severe thunderstorms are expected to hit the Pittsburgh region Monday afternoon and evening.
It’s a monumental week here at KDKA.
Flood warnings and advisories remain in effect for parts of our area, but the good news is rain isn’t expected to return until Friday evening.
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.
From rain to snow to a wintry mix to falling temperatures, Wednesday was a challenging day of winter weather in the Pittsburgh area. And now, more snow is on the way overnight.
The bitter cold lingers over Pittsburgh, and now road crews are getting ready as we’re expecting another dusting of snow.
If you’re planning on being outside at all for the next few days, you should probably bundle up.
According to the National Weather Service, a Wind Chill Advisory is in effect from 6 p.m. Thursday through noon on Friday.
After a few days of uneventful weather, winter is making its return – first with a bit of snow and then plummeting temperatures.
If history is any guide, the handlers of groundhog Punxsutawney Phil likely will forecast six more weeks of winter.
Preparations are already underway in the city, county and surrounding areas for Sunday’s predicted snowstorm.
Brace yourself for a cold and snowy weekend.
Now that winter storm Juno has come and gone. we can once again focus on the things that matter in life – like the Super Bowl.
A winter storm warning will be in effect for central Pennsylvania this weekend as forecasters expect the first major nor’easter of the season to bring 5 to 8 inches of snow along with freezing temperatures and slippery roadways.