It’s been another amazing year when it comes to Mother Nature’s fury. We’ve seen it all in the Pittsburgh area from flooding, mega-snow storms and even some tornadoes.
Almost 10,000 people in western Pennsylvania are without power after high winds knocked down trees and power lines.
A strong line of storms moved through our region Sunday night, which knocked over trees and power lines.
The severe weather affecting some of the Midwest could creep into Pittsburgh late Sunday night.
Monday’s quick burst of storms and relentless rains left behind plenty of damage around the area.
Many people around the area are dealing with the effects of widespread damage and flooding from Wednesday powerful storms.
National Weather Service officials will investigate the scene where a suspected tornado touched down in Lawrence County Wednesday.
A line of powerful storms moved through the area overnight and while the sun may be shining this morning, there’s a threat of more severe weather on the way.
A tornado warning has been issued for Northwest Pennsylvania.
Severe storms moved through Western Pennsylvania Friday toppling trees, and causing some power outages.
Winter has finally loosened its grip on western Pennsylvania, but with warmer weather comes the threat of thunderstorms.
Although many people might be happy to see winter snow and slush go away, the dry weather brings about a new problem: fire.
The latest round of winter weather arrived in our area around midnight and impactedthe Wednesday morning commute.
The days ahead will feature a lot of changeability in the weather. Today, some bursts of lake-effect snow will be troublesome through late morning.
Early morning temperatures dipped into the teens, which made for a rude awakening for commuters.