Additional rounds of snow showers are in the offing for the Pittsburgh area.
A swirling snowstorm clobbered parts of the mid-Atlantic and the urban Northeast on Tuesday, grounding thousands of flights, closing government offices in the nation’s capital and making a mess of the evening commute.
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Pennsylvanians are getting ready to shovel snow from a modest storm early Tuesday, about a day after an icy mix delivered the first punch, closing schools and causing headaches for morning commuters.
Meteorologists expect things to get messy for the evening commute.
The Farmer’s Almanac predicted the Thanksgiving snow storm of 2013 a remarkable two years ago.
PennDOT driver Frank Caruso is one of many road crews gearing up for the inclement weather expected to hit our region.
Outside it was a competition for coveted parking spaces.
In many western and southern states, hundreds of flights have been cancelled.
The severe weather affecting some of the Midwest could creep into Pittsburgh late Sunday night.
Some heavy storm damage has been reported throughout many areas, including Westmoreland County.
Crews are working to repair a crack in a smokestack at the Edgewood Elementary School that may have been caused by a lightning strike.
An evening storm caught some areas by surprise with flooding and heavy rain.
The rain Tuesday in the South Hills created safety issues ranging from creating a fire hazard to a basement full of feces filled water.
The buzz of a chainsaws could be heard on several streets in Shaler Township after a storm roared through the Pittsburgh area Tuesday afternoon.