With temperatures plummeting into the single digits in the Pittsburgh area, doctors say a combination of knowledge and common sense can go a long way to keeping you out of the emergency room.
It’s been another amazing year when it comes to Mother Nature’s fury. We’ve seen it all in the Pittsburgh area from flooding, mega-snow storms and even some tornadoes.
There’s always something new when “First Night Pittsburgh” kicks off the new year.
Another round of winter weather moved through the area Tuesday and had an effect on the morning commute.
Steady snow Sunday afternoon led to some slick roads for drivers throughout the day.
A combination of ice and snow made for some pretty tricky travel conditions on local roadways Friday evening.
Fire crews helped rescue a dog that was trapped in an icy pond in North Beaver Township.
An accident in Mercer County sent a man to the hospital early this morning.
A winter storm spared much of the viewing area overnight. However, counties to the north weren’t so lucky.
Some people hit the road early for Thanksgiving hoping to get to where they’re going before the weather gets worse.
Winter weather warnings and advisories remain in effect across the area.
The lines at the Pittsburgh International Airport speak for themselves.
On Interstate 79 south near Canonsburg in Washington County, a PennDOT truck paves the way, not because of a massive amount of snow yet, but to keep ahead of what is to come.
Outside it was a competition for coveted parking spaces.
In many western and southern states, hundreds of flights have been cancelled.