If you’ve been outside, it’s not a place you want to stay for very long today. This kind of cold can be dangerous, but some people have to be outside in the elements.
Low temperatures and bitter-cold wind chills have swept in across the region today. Despite some sunshine, the high will reach just 14 degrees this afternoon with sub-zero wind chills all day.
Some light snow showers are expected overnight and light winds will bring already cold temperatures down even more.
The storms blew in with snow globe-like fury, taking away the confidence of dry pavement.
Arctic air is moving in from the north and will keep temperatures low for steady amount of time.
A wave of warm weather near the 50s this weekend will soon come to an end once Monday rolls around.
The warm temperatures are sticking around, but some showers and thunderstorms could move through the area today.
Bursts of lake effect snow have been troublesome across the area over the past 24 hours.
Snow flurries were flying off and on across the Pittsburgh area Sunday, and at times, it made it difficult for drivers to see.
Six more weeks of the winter we’ve had so far may not be too bad. It’s been mild by all accounts. But while many of us are loving the weather, plants on the other hand, are a little confused.
A blustery day is in the forecast as winter weather makes its return to the Pittsburgh area.
A winter weather advisory will be in effect until 6 p.m. Friday as snow moves into the Pittsburgh area overnight.
Winter has officially arrived in the Pittsburgh region as the first significant snowfall has hit the area. However, relief is on the way.
With some snow in the forecast, crews were out pre-treating the roads Sunday evening with salt and gravel. But for some residents, the damage was already done when this afternoon’s high winds knocked down power lines. Many were left without electricity as temperatures plummeted.
Predicting winter weather is difficult no matter where you live, but the Farmers’ Almanac has developed a reputation for being pretty reliable.