Does this weekend’s warmer, sunnier weather have you thinking spring?
Whether it’s wildflowers growing in the city’s parks or the dazzling varieties of flowers that fill the area’s botanical gardens, if it’s the best places to see flowers this spring in Pittsburgh that interests you, then look no further.
If you’re sick of the snow and cold, you’re not the only one.
Spring is supposed to be just around the corner, but cold weather is what’s in the forecast for the Pittsburgh area.
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The snow will continue to taper off Saturday, giving way to some unseasonably warm temperatures in the coming week.
With spring just around the corner, it’s time to start trading in stews and pasta bakes for lighter, fresher options.
And even though some of your flowers, like the daffodils, might be coming up on their own, don’t rush to start planting. With a few exceptions, it’s simply too early.
Nothing says spring is on the way like the annual home and garden show at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
It’s the kind of day that just makes you feel a little more alive. While it’s nice, it certainly seems unusual.
Back to back rainy days this spring has local baseball fields normally packed with kids this time of year deserted.
Pittsburgh Hydrologist Bill Drzal, of the National Weather Service, joined Rose on the KDKA Afternoon News to discuss the recent flooding. They discussed whether the flooding means we’re in for a rainy spring, if flooding […]