National Weather Service
Although many people might be happy to see winter snow and slush go away, the dry weather brings about a new problem: fire.
It’s spring — yes spring — but the weather forecast overnight looks like anything but.
It may be spring, but winter just doesn’t want to let Pittsburgh out of its icy grip.
Plows and salt trucks are going to be very busy starting later tonight as the latest winter storm makes its presence known.
Our next round of wintry weather will arrive later today and could impact the afternoon commute.
We are tracking another winter storm, which will arrive Tuesday evening and extend into Wednesday.
A storm that is bringing heavy snow to the Midwest is going to bring unsettled weather to our area beginning today.
Snow showers are moving through the region today, and some of those could cause white-out conditions.
Snow showers are moving into the area, and there could be up to an inch or two of snow before it’s all over.
More snow is rolling through this week.
A winter weather advisory has been issued for the Pittsburgh area beginning Saturday morning at 10 a.m.
A flood advisory is in effect for the Ohio River.
A blast of snow came down last night on Interstate 79 on Tuesday evening. It left about an inch in parts of Allegheny and Beaver counties, but this was not your ordinary snow. It was really man-made snow – a freak storm caused by the nuclear power plant in Shippingport.
The extreme cold weather will persist through Wednesday.
Pittsburgh’s overnight snowfall set a one-day record for the city.