Icy conditions sent emergency crews to Ohio River Boulevard Friday night for several accidents.
The calendar may indicate that it’s the middle of March, but winter doesn’t seem to be done with us just yet.
Although in Pittsburgh – and in other parts of the East Coast – we shivered through February’s record-breaking cold, we were pretty much alone.
The warmer temperatures, melting snow and a day of rain are causing flooding concerns in some areas around the region.
Milder weather this week has brought a whole new set of headaches for drivers.
Dense fog may have created some problems for drivers, but it allowed the Steel City to show off some incredible skyline photos.
Flood warnings and advisories remain in effect for parts of our area, but the good news is rain isn’t expected to return until Friday evening.
After a day of rain, melting snow and some flooding concerns, dense fog is set to reduce visibility on the roads through the overnight hours.
The temperature plummeted overnight and another record has fallen along with it.
The latest round of snow and precipitation has caused traffic issues across the Pittsburgh region, and now PennDOT says several roads in multiple counties have been shut down.
There was significant snowfall in quite a few places Thursday, and that was on top of the already ongoing flooding concerns. But the big concern now is falling temperatures that will likely dip into the single digits.
From rain to snow to a wintry mix to falling temperatures, Wednesday was a challenging day of winter weather in the Pittsburgh area. And now, more snow is on the way overnight.
Changing weather conditions are in store for the Pittsburgh region over the next couple of days.
Snow and ice are expected Tuesday afternoon and evening, bringing a wintry mix to Pittsburgh.
The calendar may say March, but winter is still going strong. The latest round of winter weather caused a slew of accidents across the area this morning.