A massive winter storm is making its way up the East Coast. Our area will avoid the brunt of the storm, but it will have an effect on travel.
Although it might not seem like it, Pittsburgh is a lot better off than many other areas in the North East.
People all over western Pennsylvania got snow from the storm. One of the hardest hit places was Butler County.
PennDOT crews were busy Sunday night and Monday morning plowing and salting the area roads.
Public Works employees have had a busy night and morning dealing with our latest snow storm.
Pittsburgh Public Works crews are preparing for a long night.
A major snowstorm with blizzard-like conditions could drop a foot or more of snow across most parts of the Northeast as they gear up for the workweek right after the first real storm of the winter hit them with rain, several inches of snow and messy slush.
Two people were injured after their car flipped over in Mt. Lebanon.
The latest round of winter weather hit the Pittsburgh region overnight.
A winter storm warning will be in effect for central Pennsylvania this weekend as forecasters expect the first major nor’easter of the season to bring 5 to 8 inches of snow along with freezing temperatures and slippery roadways.
The City of Pittsburgh is under a Level One Snow Alert, which means the city is expecting one-to-three inches of snow or ice.
The latest round of winter weather is having an impact on the Wednesday morning commute and it will stick around for a while.
Some light snow has moved into the area this afternoon, and the National Weather Service is warning that it could cut down on visibility on local roads.
Pittsburgh has unveiled their new “Snow Plow Tracker” website.
Pittsburgh has unveiled a Snow Plow Tracker that lets residents track the movement of 120 vehicles assigned to remove ice and snow.