Pittsburgh Weather: Freezing Rain Expected To Create Slick RoadsIn anticipation of freezing rain and slick road conditions, PennDOT is advising people to avoid any unnecessary driving during the winter storm.
Hey Ray! Understanding The Polar VortexThe term “polar vortex” may sound like a cold version of a “sharknado”, but unlike a sharknado, the polar vortex is a real, meteorological thing.
Hey Ray! The Shape Of The EarthStanding on Earth and looking out, the Earth looks flat from our very limited view. We know the Earth isn't flat, though. Did you know Earth isn't a perfect sphere either?
Hey Ray! Accurately Measuring Snowfall AmountsAfter a snowfall, we all like to brag about how much fell, so it is important to measure snow properly. While it sounds like an easy task, you must follow some rules.
Pittsburgh Weather: Inversion Traps Moisture, Leading To Steady Cool TemperaturesAn inversion is keeping moisture trapped at the surface, with our continued seasonably cool temperatures. That is a fancy way of saying our weather will not change much tonight or tomorrow.
Pittsburgh Weather: Wintry Mix, Falling Temperatures Across Western Pa.North and East of Pittsburgh, a winter weather advisory is in place until 1:00 p.m.
Pittsburgh Weather: Ice Storm Warning Remains In Effect For Somerset Co., Cold Rain Falling On Most Of Western Pa.Winter weather advisories will remain in effect for our northern counties until 7 p.m.
Pittsburgh Weather: Possibility Of Freezing Rain Prompts Winter Weather AdvisoryA Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for several counties on Friday.
Ask Santa For A Blanket: Pittsburgh Likely To See One Of Its Coldest Christmas Days In Over 30 YearsFrom a big, mid-week warm up to temperatures plummeting on Christmas Eve, this will be a wild week of weather.
Hey Ray! Winter Is ComingUnlike a certain popular television show, we know that winter is coming and exactly when it will get here.
What Are The Chances Of A White Christmas In 2020?Could we see a White Christmas in 2020? The chances are going up.
'Everybody Wants To Get It Right:' KDKA Meteorologists Explain How A Snowstorm Is ForecastThere's a lot of pressure in forecasting a snowstorm and no one is more aware of that than the KDKA Weather Team.
Hey Ray: The Science Behind The Distance Of ThunderstormsWhen it comes to thunderstorms, can you really tell how far away a storm is by counting the seconds between the flash of lightning and the rumble of thunder? The answer is yes, but there's a little more to it.
Hey Ray: Slowing Down For ScienceKDKA meteorologist Ray Petelin explores the science behind gravity with slow-motion and a slinky.
Hey Ray! How Static Causes You To Get Shocked By Door Knobs, Why It Makes Hair Go CrazyWhen the air in your house gets dry, you may notice you get shocked when touching door knobs, and your hair goes crazy when you take off a sweater.