Predicting winter weather is difficult no matter where you live, but the Farmers’ Almanac has developed a reputation for being pretty reliable.
It’s that time of year again. The temperatures have started to drop and the first snowflakes began to fly over the weekend. However, how much snow can we expect this winter?
The first snow storm of the season will be affecting the western Pennsylvania region late tonight and tomorrow. Our growing season ended this morning with a widespread killing freeze.
Cooler weather arrives for the weekend as a powerful cold front moves in to the Pittsburgh area during the second half of our Friday.
After the scattered strong storms of last evening, we are bracing for round two today.
While the temperatures will not be as hot today, we do have to keep alert for the possibility of some more scattered storms through this evening. Thursday’s high hit 90 degrees, but today’s high is expected to be just 84 with partly sunny skies.
With the hot and humid weather, the region has already seen two air quality action days this week; but health officials say cloud cover is keeping us in the clear today. Most Air Quality Action Days are called on hot, muggy days when there is little wind, but lots of sunlight.
The senior center in Homewood is extending its hours because of the extreme heat in the forecast.
After a rainy, dreary, dismal April you’re probably wondering when it will warm up and when the sun will shine again. KDKA-TV Chief Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla has done his homework and has his outlook for the summer of 2011.
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