National Weather Service
Another round of winter weather is hitting our region.
A swirling snowstorm clobbered parts of the mid-Atlantic and the urban Northeast on Tuesday, grounding thousands of flights, closing government offices in the nation’s capital and making a mess of the evening commute.
Huge chunks of ice that created navigation problems on the Allegheny River have prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Flood Watch.
The first winter storm of 2014 scattered inches of snow across the area, but now bitterly cold temperatures have a grip on Pittsburgh.
A variety of weather changes will be happening across the area during the next few days.
The severe weather affecting some of the Midwest could creep into Pittsburgh late Sunday night.
It’s not quite a winter wonderland, but many got the first taste of winter today, enough snow to tell us the seasons are changing.
The hottest temperatures in nearly a year are moving into Western Pennsylvania.
National Weather Service officials will investigate the scene where a suspected tornado touched down in Lawrence County Wednesday.
A flash flood warning is in effect for several counties.
With the threat of heavy rains comes the potential for flooding and the city is already preparing for the latest round of severe weather to hit the area.
An organized complex of storms is expected to affect the Pittsburgh area late today and into the overnight hours.
The National Weather Service was tracking a so-called derecho weather pattern in the Midwest on Tuesday that could spawn severe windstorms in major metropolitan areas with gusts as strong as 100 mph.
Despite earlier summertime weather, a frost advisory will go into effect for Pittsburgh Saturday.
Springtime in Pittsburgh usually means storms and another round of severe weather is moving into the area this evening.