Another round of winter weather is expected to arrive just in time for the Friday morning rush.
A winter weather advisory has been issued for the Pittsburgh area beginning Saturday morning at 10 a.m.
February will bring a lot more snow, but only a little bit is expected in the next few days.
After some record warm temperatures this week, cold weather has settled back in again. So, is this a taste of what’s in store for the month of February and beyond?
The snow moved out a few hours ago, and we aren’t expecting much more Saturday. However, the cold temperatures overnight could continue to cause some icy conditions on the roads.
We’ve been dealing with bitter cold temperatures much of the week, and now some snow is heading towards the area and could make travel tricky as the weekend gets underway.
Some light snow showers are expected overnight and light winds will bring already cold temperatures down even more.
Another round of winter weather will be adding to the snow that is still on the ground from Wednesday’s storm.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A blast of winter weather brought snow and ice to the Pittsburgh area Wednesday covering everything in a blanket of white and creating treacherous road conditions. A Wind Advisory is in effect […]
The so-called Superstorm Sandy is packing quite a punch, and the effects are being felt locally as rain continues to fall across the region and gusty winds whip through.
Predictions are very difficult, especially about the future. So, constructing a long range outlook, like a winter forecast, is much more complex than our daily 5-day.
The weather has been hot and humid over the past few days, but those conditions are expected to change as the weekend gets underway.
The hot weather is turning into wet weather this evening as showers and thunderstorms move through the area.
More than 10,000 students from around the area turned out to cheer on the Pittsburgh Pirates Wednesday.
The last few days we have seen nearly perfect weather, but can possibly it last? According to KDKA Chief Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla’s Summer Outlook, in June, July and August, the average high is expected to be 79.5.