PennDOT Crews Battle First Snow Event Of SeasonSnow started to move into western Pennsylvania early Tuesday morning and PennDOT is using this event as its first big test of the season.
Alerts, Advisories Issued As 1st Widespread Snow Event Of Season ExpectedWestern Pennsylvania’s first widespread snow event is expected on Tuesday with most seeing minor road issues during the morning commute.
Pittsburghers Continue To Aid Hurricane Maria Relief Efforts 2 Months After StormPittsburghers continue to raise money and send supplies to those affected by Hurricane Maria, nearly two months after the storm.
PennDOT Looking To Fill Plow, Salt Truck Driving Positions Ahead Of WinterPennDOT is scrambling to fill plow and salt truck driving positions before winter moves into Pennsylvania.
Winter Weather On The Way: Tips On Keeping Your Driveway Clear & Car CleanWinter is on the way, Pittsburgh. Here's a look at the best ways to keep your driveway clear of snow and ice and vehicle clean.
Are Harsh Winters A Thing Of The Past In Pittsburgh?You may have wondered why it seems winters now aren't as cold or snowy as they used to be. But is that more perception than reality? And what can we expect in the future?
Seven Springs Ready To Fire Up Snowmaking SystemGet your skis and snowboards ready! Seven Springs Mountain Resort says they will start making snow Friday.
Coldest Temps Of Season Expected, Snow Possible OvernightTemperatures are expected to only go lower over the next two mornings behind a cold front that will bring a quick round of rain and snow tonight.
Tornado Warning Expired In Beaver CountyBeaver County was under a tornado warning for about half an hour Sunday evening.
Mountain Ski Resorts See First Season SnowfallThe first sign that winter is surely on the way has arrived in the form of snow in the mountains.
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla’s 2017-18 Winter Weather ForecastWith winter on the way, are we in for a wild or mild one here in western Pennsylvania?
Ron's Weather Blog: 50 Percent Chance Of Snow In OctoberIn western Pennsylvania, you have about a 50 percent chance of seeing flurries in October.