Wind Chill Advisory
The extreme cold we’ve been dealing with has broken another record.
Nearly 400 people in Fayette County were left without gas Monday night after a pipeline was damaged in Uniontown, Fayette County.
Winter still has its cold, icy grip on our area and there doesn’t appear to be an end in sight.
Pennsylvania residents digging out from as much as 8 inches of snow or more are now being warned about dangerous wind chills expected in many areas.
If you have lived in Pittsburgh long enough, you know how cold it has to be for the Allegheny River to be frozen over.
The latest round of frigid weather to move into our area has actually set a couple of records.
Another round of brutally cold weather has settled into our area, which has prompted plenty of school closings and delays around the area this morning.
If you enjoyed the brutally cold weather earlier this week, you’re going to love what’s coming for the next few days.
If you’re planning on being outside at all for the next few days, you should probably bundle up.
According to the National Weather Service, a Wind Chill Advisory is in effect from 6 p.m. Thursday through noon on Friday.
It might not be as cold today, but a light coating of snow overnight could affect your morning commute.
It’s a far cry from the spring-like weather we were enjoying just 24 hours ago. But this harsh winter is not over just yet.
A major winter storm is slamming the east coast. Parts of our area are getting the full brunt of the storm, while others have barely seen any effects.
Here we go again. Everywhere you look, winter has really left its mark.
This latest winter blast just won’t let up.