National Weather Service
Snow moved in Friday afternoon, which has prompted the National Weather Service to issues Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories for the entire viewing area.
Road crews are gearing up for the blast of winter weather expected to head this way this evening.
Much of the area got its first taste of snow overnight and it is not expected to stop until later this week.
On average, Pittsburgh has eight 90-degree-plus days a year. So far, we’ve already logged six and we’re about to embark on a heat wave.
A rainy spring led to a late planting season for most Pennsylvania farmers. Back in May, you could squeeze water out of the soil at Pete Beccari’s farm in Oakdale. Now though, it’s been too dry.
The Tomaszewski family was having fun in their yard catching lightning bugs when they saw something in the sky.
A line of storms moving through western Pennsylvania is causing some problems.
As a line of storms moves toward western Pennsylvania, local counties are under a Severe Thunderstorm Watch.
A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for most of western Pennsylvania and parts of Ohio and West Virginia.
If you think you’ve been seeing and hearing a lot more severe weather lately, you’re right. This April has seen far more tornados than ever before – 886 nationwide and still counting.
A line of storms has prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for much of western Pennsylvania and parts of West Virginia and Maryland.
High winds blew out windows, knocked over sheds and damaged several roofs in Templeton, about eight miles north of Kittanning.
The persistent rainy weather we’ve gotten during the month of April has prompted plenty of flooding concern but it’s causing other problems as well.
Heavy rains over the weekend have forced rivers around the area to swell. As a result, the Monday morning commute will be impacted.
Whether we like it or not, most of us are impacted by the federal government, so when it shuts down because Congress and the President cannot agree on how much to fund government services, average citizens may be affected.
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