We’ve been dealing with bitter cold temperatures much of the week, and now some snow is heading towards the area and could make travel tricky as the weekend gets underway.
The cold weather that has settled into the Pittsburgh area will make for a snowy end to the week.
It was not a good night to be without heat as temperatures dipped into the single-digits. However, that was the case for people in North Fayette and some residents spent hours without power and heat.
It’s another very cold day in the Pittsburgh area and things don’t appear to be changing any time soon.
Tuesday, the Pennsylvania Department of Health released its latest numbers on flu activity in the state.
If you want to go out, you have to deal with it and it can take a toll, especially on your car.
With the cold weather we’re seeing, it’s more important ever to know fact from fiction when it comes to staying warm.
Some light snow showers are expected overnight and light winds will bring already cold temperatures down even more.
Here’s a recap of what you may have missed on the KDKA-AM’s afternoon news on the MLK Day holiday.
The storms blew in with snow globe-like fury, taking away the confidence of dry pavement.
The next couple of days have a cold, snowy outlook for the Pittsburgh area.
Arctic air is moving in from the north and will keep temperatures low for steady amount of time.
Officials are reminding the public of certain dangers that are associated with some appliances, especially if they’re not ready for the extra demand on extra cold days.
A wave of warm weather near the 50s this weekend will soon come to an end once Monday rolls around.
PennDOT has been working overnight to clear and salt the roads, but not everyone’s having an easy time getting around.