Before his retirement, Meteorologist Dennis Bowman put together a list of the top 10 weather events he’s covered during his time in Pittsburgh.
It’s a monumental week here at KDKA.
The calendar may indicate that it’s the middle of March, but winter doesn’t seem to be done with us just yet.
Flood warnings and advisories remain in effect for parts of our area, but the good news is rain isn’t expected to return until Friday evening.
After a day of rain, melting snow and some flooding concerns, dense fog is set to reduce visibility on the roads through the overnight hours.
It’s happened to most of us — a big chunk of snow or ice comes flying off a truck or car directly into your path.
The snowy roads have caused dangerous situations across the Pittsburgh area.
The Parkway West was up to its usual tricks as people took extra time and extra precautions to get to work on this snowy Thursday morning. But, it wasn’t just those areas.
There was significant snowfall in quite a few places Thursday, and that was on top of the already ongoing flooding concerns. But the big concern now is falling temperatures that will likely dip into the single digits.
From rain to snow to a wintry mix to falling temperatures, Wednesday was a challenging day of winter weather in the Pittsburgh area. And now, more snow is on the way overnight.
These drastic shifts in precipitation and temperatures have drivers on the defensive.
Eight feet of snow has led to desperate measures in the streets of Boston. Mayor Martin Walsh has ordered public works crews to dispose of so-called space savers including, yes, parking chairs.
State police say a teen driving an all-terrain vehicle that crashed, killing a 16-year-old passenger, could face charges – as could someone who apparently helped move the ATV from the crash scene.
Changing weather conditions are in store for the Pittsburgh region over the next couple of days.
Snow and ice are expected Tuesday afternoon and evening, bringing a wintry mix to Pittsburgh.