Western New York has been walloped with snow, and at least three people from our area are among the many who are stranded on snow-covered highways.
Some winter weather moved through the area overnight, but PennDOT’s proactive approach to treating roads appears to have paid off.
PennDOT is treating roads to make sure the rain and snow that fell Monday won’t freeze.
According to KDKA-TV Meteorologist Dennis Bowman, rain in Pittsburgh will occasionally mix with snow and will eventually change to snow this afternoon.
Rain, snow and more cold weather is all headed toward Pittsburgh.
The early-season chill will continue through the weekend.
North of I-80 forecasters are predicting there could be up to 10 inches of lake effect snow Thursday night through Saturday morning. Locally we will also be dealing with a little bit of the white stuff but don’t panic, we aren’t expecting any accumulation.
Two mild days are in store for the Pittsburgh area, before a big change takes place at mid-week.
It’s been a pretty mild fall so far, but the cold weather looks like it will settle in this week.
Temperatures are starting to dip close to freezing.
KDKA-TV Chief Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla’s effort to determine the mood of Old Man Winter this year started with a scientific summit to discuss some of global patterns, which will influence the type of season ahead.
The weather will have its ups and downs this week and it could end with the region’s first chance of snow this fall.
Bad weather takes the blame for most air traffic delays, whether it’s a blizzard that is blanketing Buffalo in snow or a Midwestern summer storm that shoots lightning around the airspace.
Wind caused some damage to the Pittsburgh area Tuesday afternoon.
Storm chaser Scott Nicholson remembers the day he first fell in love with extreme weather.