Severe storms moved through Western Pennsylvania Friday toppling trees, and causing some power outages.
The latest round of winter weather arrived in our area around midnight and impactedthe Wednesday morning commute.
A strong winter storm hit the Pittsburgh area Wednesday, causing school cancellations and delays.
Spring is supposed to be just around the corner, but cold weather is what’s in the forecast for the Pittsburgh area.
Snow began to fall around the Northeast on Friday at the start of what’s predicted to be a massive, possibly historic blizzard, and residents scurried to stock up on food and supplies ahead of the storm poised to dump up to 3 feet of snow from New York City to Boston and beyond.
It may have started snowing, but it won’t be enough to spoil you New Year’s Eve fun.
Dimitri Vassilaros speaks to AccuWeather meteorologist Henry Margusity about the Pittsburgh forecast.
This is crunch time for Pittsburgh’s Department of Public Works.
A couple from New Jersey who was forced out of their home by Hurricane Sandy is staying in our area.
One woman died Monday as a result of the massive storm caused by Hurricane Sandy.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John get a morning update from PA Governor Tom Corbett about what damage Sandy may have caused across the state.
With a slow, steady rainfall throughout the day, City of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County officials say they are preparing for whatever the storm might bring our way.
Sunday afternoon, Gov. Tom Corbett talked about the state’s plan for Hurricane Sandy and disaster preparedness efforts.
Sandy is back to being a Hurricane, after shortly being downgraded to a tropical storm.
Pittsburgh Public Works has some trucks loaded with salt, some with sand and some with equipment to close roads in advance of a storm expected dump heavy rain in the area and produce high winds.