The Old Farmer’s Almanac, the familiar, 223-year-old chronicler of climate, folksy advice and fun facts, is predicting a colder winter and warmer summer for much of the nation.
Friday morning, Pittsburgh is waking up to temperatures in the 40s.
Tuesday wasn’t just filled with April showers, but April flurries.
If there’s some good news coming out of this brutally cold winter, it’s that we could be seeing less stink bugs.
Although snow fell for hours without stopping Sunday, the next week is expected to be pretty dry.
City officials said crews will continue to plow and salt the roads as more snow moves into the area.
We’re past the polar vortex, but more cold temperatures are headed our way.
No matter what it’s called, most people simply know it’s extremely cold outside and it could possibly be dangerous.
People across the Pittsburgh area woke up to cold weather, snow and power outages Monday morning.
The latest round of winter weather began moving into the area overnight.
The first winter storm of 2014 scattered inches of snow across the area, but now bitterly cold temperatures have a grip on Pittsburgh.
The first significant snowfall of 2014 is closing in on the Pittsburgh region.
A variety of weather changes will be happening across the area during the next few days.
Snow started falling early Tuesday morning Maybe a little and it was a little unexpected and ahead of the bigger swath to follow today.
The western Pennsylvania region remains under Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories for a combination of wintry weather elements.