While much of the area was greeted with sun Wednesday morning, there could be a very different story this afternoon.
A strong cold front that brought severe weather and devastating tornadoes to Oklahoma and the plains is expected to move into Western Pennsylvania Wednesday, and Thursday.
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.
Emergency responders from the Mon Valley region had their work cut out for them Tuesday night because of the severe weather.
Springtime in Pittsburgh usually means storms and another round of severe weather is moving into the area this evening.
Severe thunderstorms rumbled through the Pittsburgh area Wednesday night, and weather forecasters say more of the storms are possible Thursday.
As high winds tore through the area, they left behind all sorts of destruction from trees falling on homes to in one case, actually knocking down parts of a house.
A fast-moving line of storms caused some minor damage around the area Wednesday morning.
A line of strong storms will be moving through western Pennsylvania today, starting late this morning and running into the afternoon.
While the weather will be spring-like today, we’re in for a big change on Wednesday when severe storms will usher in the return of colder temperatures.
The cleanup process is underway in at least one Pittsburgh neighborhood after storms moved through the area on Saturday morning and left behind some serious damage.
The weather has been hot and humid over the past few days, but those conditions are expected to change as the weekend gets underway.
The wet weather is sticking around the Pittsburgh area for another day.
The day after storms moved through parts of the area, we are bracing for another round of gusty thunderstorms this afternoon and evening.
There’s a big mess to clean up for lots of people today after Thursday’s powerful storms left their mark across the area. The storms left a messy trail marking their presence, from downed trees to landslides to tens of thousands of people without power.