Tens of thousands of people will soon be traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday, but the first real big blast of winter weather is going to have an impact.
Wintry weather is on the way and could hamper travel for Thanksgiving.
People around the area woke up to the first taste of winter weather Tuesday morning.
Our first widespread snow accumulation of the season appears to be on the horizon for the western Pennsylvania region.
This winter is shaping up to be full of changes; significant shifts in the weather patterns leading to changes occurring on a month-to-month basis.
The hottest temperatures in nearly a year are moving into Western Pennsylvania.
There’s some rain on the radar today as wet weather moves through the area, ushering in some cooler temperatures for Mother’s Day weekend.
Plows and salt trucks are going to be very busy starting later tonight as the latest winter storm makes its presence known.
Our next round of wintry weather will arrive later today and could impact the afternoon commute.
Parishioners sang their final hymns at St. Justin Catholic Church on Mt. Washington a month ago.
The building was closing as the result of a Diocesan merger.
We are tracking another winter storm, which will arrive Tuesday evening and extend into Wednesday.
Some warmer temperatures sweeping through will create the opportunity for freezing rain Monday.
February will bring a lot more snow, but only a little bit is expected in the next few days.
The student services center at the Community College of Allegheny County is partially reopened after a pipe burst.
The snow will continue to taper off Saturday, giving way to some unseasonably warm temperatures in the coming week.