Pittsburgh Weather: Increasing Chance Of Storms Could Bring Damaging Winds, HailAs the day goes on, the chance for storms is going up in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Weather: Threat Of Thunderstorms Continues, Wet Weather Hanging On Until MidweekScattered showers and light to moderate rain continue to push through our region.
Freeze Watch Issued For Southwestern Pa. Region Ahead Of Dropping TemperaturesThe National Weather Service has issued a freeze watch ahead of expected freezing temperatures on Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
Pittsburgh Weather: Sunday Showers, Storm ChancesA warm front lifting through Southwestern Pennsylvania has brought big changes to our weather pattern since yesterday's sunshine.
Pittsburgh Weather: Quiet Saturday, Rain And Storm Chances On The WaySaturday starts off a bit cloudy, but much quieter than the blustery winds we had on Friday.
Pittsburgh Weather: Clear Skies, Sunny SundayIt's going to be another clear, sunny day to round out our first weekend of spring 2021!
Pittsburgh Weather: First Day Of Spring, A Weekend Warm-UpSpring officially arrives today and the weather will reflect that!
Pittsburgh Weather: Winter Storm Watch Issued For Parts Of Westmoreland, Fayette Counties With Up To 10 Inches Of Snow ForecastedA Winter Storm Watch has been issued for the higher elevations of Westmoreland and Fayette counties and down into parts of West Virginia with as much of 10 inches of snow in the forecast.
Pittsburgh Weather: Winter Storm Round 2 Could Drop Significant Ice Accumulations Across RegionWe made it through Round No. 1 of this winter storm system with anywhere from 1-2 inches of snow, and now the afternoon lull is ending.
Pittsburgh Weather: Winter Weather Advisory, Winter Storm Watch Issued With Freezing Drizzle, Inches Of Snow ForecastedWith the possibility of freezing drizzle and freezing fog in the forecast, a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for much of the Pittsburgh area.
Pittsburgh Weather: First Round Of Heavy Snow Leaves Side Roads A Mess As Rounds 2 And 3 LoomThe winter wonderland we're living in right now shows no signs of changing any time soon, says KDKA Meteorologist Kristin Emery.