The Old Farmer’s Almanac, the familiar, 223-year-old chronicler of climate, folksy advice and fun facts, is predicting a colder winter and warmer summer for much of the nation.
A steady stream of customers filed into Shenot Farms in Wexford Monday, looking for the first corn of the season from local farms.
You’ve probably never heard of it, but it may be in your yard. Snow mold.
This may come as a bit of a shock, but Thursday is the first day of spring.
The region was bracing for a big snowstorm yesterday, but that storm veered further south than expected.
The weekend started off calm, there was even sunshine and milder temperatures, but that’s all over now as a winter storm barrels into the area.
In Schenley Park on Saturday, it looked more like a spring day than the day before a giant snowstorm is supposed to hit.
Mayor Bill Peduto, flanked by his Public Works Department team, came out Friday evening to reassure the City of Pittsburgh that they’re ready for the coming winter storm.
There is so much riding on the path of any storm, it impacts lives, and no one knows that more than those who stare into the world of weather models looking for the answers.
Tired of winter? Residents of Charleroi decided to do something about it. They gathered in Magic City Square, just before the noon hour, to put a hex on winter.
School cancellations taking a toll on summer vacation.
Winter weather is not just tough on our cars, roads and pipes, it can also take a toll on our bodies and minds.
Walk into the Sewickley Heights salt dome and the problem is obvious: what’s left won’t last long.
The winter of 2014 has been one to forget for Bradigan’s Incorporated, a home heating oil and diesel fuel distributor in Kittanning.
For Hempfield Township’s director of Public Works, this morning’s road salt supply numbers were scary.