Severe weather Tuesday afternoon and evening left behind some scattered damage and flooding around the area.
The run of great weather we had over the long holiday weekend is over.
It’s shaping up to be an active day, weather-wise with showers and storms possible throughout the day.
Rain is expected to fall throughout the day and has prompted a Flood Watch.
Another round of severe weather is closing in on the region, but at least it’s not snow this time.
City officials said crews will continue to plow and salt the roads as more snow moves into the area.
School districts throughout the region are weighing the decision whether to close, delay or open on time Wednesday morning.
It’s the day after Christmas — and many residents are still waiting for FedEx and UPS to deliver Christmas gifts.
Almost 10,000 people in western Pennsylvania are without power after high winds knocked down trees and power lines.
The nasty weather is threatening travel for millions of Americans in other parts of the country as well.
PennDOT driver Frank Caruso is one of many road crews gearing up for the inclement weather expected to hit our region.
A strong line of storms moved through our region Sunday night, which knocked over trees and power lines.
The severe weather affecting some of the Midwest could creep into Pittsburgh late Sunday night.
Hundreds of people in Colorado remain out of their homes after record-breaking and devastating floods earlier this month.
Help is now available for the victims of severe storms that hit our area less than a month ago.