Pittsburgh Councilman Publicly Criticizes 'Unacceptable' State Of Roads After SnowfallA Pittsburgh Councilman is speaking out after several Pittsburgh residents have complained about the state of their roads following record snowfall this December.
December 2020 Has Officially Been The Second Snowiest December On RecordThis December has been the second snowiest December on record for Pittsburgh.
Crews To Be Out In Full Force Christmas Eve Night, Christmas Day During Heavy SnowfallCrews across our area are already preparing for a white Christmas, but that weather may impact travel later tonight too.
Pittsburgh Weather: Winter Weather Advisory Issued For Western Pennsylvania On Christmas EveA Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for much of the Pittsburgh area from Christmas Eve through Christmas Day.
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.
Some Side Streets Overlooked By Pittsburgh Public Works In Winter Storm's WakeTwo days after Mother Nature dumped ten inches of snow on the city, most of the streets in Beechview are clear down to pavement with the exception of small side streets like Kiralfy Street.
Pittsburgh Weather: Residents Unhappy About Unplowed Streets After Winter Storm Hits RegionResidents on multiple Pittsburgh streets were still waiting for a plow truck Thursday night.
Pittsburgh Weather: Plow Trucks Struggle To Keep Up With Heavy SnowfallRapid snowfall slowed plows and salt trucks across the region Wednesday night.
Winter Weather: Heavy Snowfall Creates Hazardous Driving Conditions In Southwestern Pa.The first major snowstorm of the year caused headaches for drivers.
Winter Weather: Crews Out Treating Roads With 6 To 9 Inches Of Snow In The ForecastThe Pittsburgh area is bracing for about 12 hours of straight snow.
Gov. Tom Wolf Signs Winter Weather Emergency ProclamationGov. Tom Wolf has signed a proclamation of disaster emergency in anticipation of the incoming storm.