The last two winters have been really hard on our plants and gardens, and the harsh cold has come as a shock to many of the items we like to have traditionally grown in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Pothole stories are getting like fish stories. Everyone you talk to can tell you about the whopper they just missed, just hit or just swerved to get around.
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.
Eight feet of snow has led to desperate measures in the streets of Boston. Mayor Martin Walsh has ordered public works crews to dispose of so-called space savers including, yes, parking chairs.
Changing weather conditions are in store for the Pittsburgh region over the next couple of days.
Winter can be a dangerous time, so Edgar Snyder & Associates has some tips on how to stay safe:
It’s almost unavoidable in the winter: dry skin.
Many parts of the U.S. have already broken records for snowfall and below zero temperatures while other parts have seen unseasonably warm temperatures.
The extreme cold we’ve been dealing with has broken another record.
The bitter cold has put a pinch on some businesses, and Saturday’s snow has them wondering how many people will venture out.
A new winter storm is scheduled to take effect early Saturday.
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.
If you park outside, you may be nervous about your car starting on these cold mornings.
Frostnip, frostbite, hypothermia – or just plain cold – when the temperatures drop this low, these are all very real possibilities.