After a warm and muggy day, scattered showers and storms are moving through the area this evening.
The weekend got off to a dreary start when storms moved through the area Friday evening, and the potential for wet weather is going to linger through Saturday and Sunday.
A line of storms is closing in on the region and could impact the afternoon commute.
Strong storms brought powerful winds, heavy rain and lightning to the area Wednesday night.
With the hot and humid weather we’ve been having, Pittsburgh is opening some of its cooling centers today.
More hot weather is moving in and the City of Pittsburgh has opened four cooling centers for seniors.
If you need to have coolant added to your air conditioner this summer, brace yourself. You might be in for a shock because the price of staying cool is about to go up.
The best advice during a heat wave is to stay out of the sun and in the air conditioning. However, for some people that simply isn’t an option especially, with the Fourth of July holiday looming.
Temperatures are expected to soar above 90 degrees again today, which has prompted the Department of Environmental Protection to declare a code orange Air Quality Action day for the Pittsburgh area.
Mother Nature is going to turn up the heat this week as temperatures will climb into the 90s. According to KDKA-TV Meteorologist Dennis Bowman, a mini heat wave is on the way for the Pittsburgh area this week.
After the scattered strong storms of last evening, we are bracing for round two today.
Mother Nature left us with a soggy spring, but now she’s turning up the heat. While the sun is a welcome sight to many, others are already saying it’s too warm.
Summer is right around the corner and so is the humidity and bad hair days for women with frizzy, naturally curly hair. But some local women are raving about a new version of a smoothing treatment that keeps hair straight and manageable for months. It was called the Brazilian Blowout Zero.