The hot, hazy sun beat down on 20,000 Parrotheads as they partied long before the Jimmy Buffet show began at First Niagara Pavilion in Burgettstown.
Problems are exactly what Verizon is trying to head off in the hot weather.
They call that hot, scorching period between July and early September the “dog days of summer.” And with this season comes some major risks.
With warmer weather expected in our area over the next few days, area cooling centers are opening for senior citizens.
Before a heat wave hits the area later this week, another round of wet weather could bring strong storms, high winds and hail today.
In addition to the kick-off of the Three Rivers Regatta, a huge country music concert rocked Pittsburgh’s North Shore Saturday evening.
There are new details on a dog that was found unconscious in Friday’s sweltering temperatures.
With the Fourth of July holiday just days away, there’s a lot of activities going on across the area this weekend, but forecasters are warning people to take it easy as it’s another hot and humid day with the chance for more thunderstorms.
A yellow Labrador is in stable condition after he was left outside in Friday’s sweltering heat for hours in Pittsburgh’s Homewood section.
The holiday weekend warm-up is being welcomed by some, but the arrival of the hot temperatures is bringing with it a warning from doctors and other experts.
With temperatures soaring into the upper 80s and possibly above this weekend, officials in the City of Pittsburgh are opening community cooling centers.
The hot temperatures proved to be a challenge for firefighters this afternoon when flames broke out at a home in Brackenridge.
Hot, steamy weather and sporadic thunderstorms make a return to the Pittsburgh area for the holiday weekend.
The senior center in Homewood is extending its hours because of the extreme heat in the forecast.