Winter weather warnings and advisories remain in effect across the area.
This weekend November gets a little colder and we could see some snow.
People around the area woke up to the first taste of winter weather Tuesday morning.
Our first widespread snow accumulation of the season appears to be on the horizon for the western Pennsylvania region.
This winter is shaping up to be full of changes; significant shifts in the weather patterns leading to changes occurring on a month-to-month basis.
Severe weather is moving through parts of the area and causing some damage and flooding.
Another round of storms is moving into the area, but the good news is this wet weather is expected to usher in cooler, less humid air behind it.
Another round of wet weather is moving into the area.
An organized complex of storms is expected to bring heavy rains, gusty winds and flash flooding to the area overnight and into the early morning hours of Thursday.
PNC Park welcomed 6,000 children from 60 elementary and middle schools to the first of two Pirates Education Days, before a Wednesday afternoon game.
Winter has finally loosened its grip on western Pennsylvania, but with warmer weather comes the threat of thunderstorms.
Monday morning’s big chunk of snow is mostly past us, but some areas will still be getting some flurries overnight.
The wrath of Mother Nature certainly was no surprise. The science of meteorology told us it was coming days in advance, but we want to know more. We want to know how much and when and where.
Warnings and advisories are in effect across the region as another round of winter weather moves through the area, and it could make for a tough Wednesday morning commute.
Wednesday’s expected to be another wet day for Pittsburgh.