PennDOT Looking To Hire Temporary Workers As Winter ApproachesPennDOT is looking to hire temporary workers as the winter season approaches.
Pittsburgh Weather: Another Warm-Up On The Way, But Winter's Not Over YetIf you’ve been holding out for some dry weather in order to get the car washed, we have some news for you.
Pittsburgh Weather: Multiple Snow Chances This Week, Nor'easter Possible Over WeekendForecasters are watching the potential of a possible Nor'easter hammering the East Coast this upcoming weekend, including the Pittsburgh area.
Mayor Peduto Defends City’s Response To Icy Road ConditionsPeople around Pittsburgh have been complaining about icy roads for days, and now the mayor is defending the city’s response.
Salt Stress: Road Salt Prices Higher As Winter LoomsBudget-busting road salt prices are leaving municipal officials in the Snow Belt hoping for a mild winter.
Runner Brave Cold Temperatures For The 28th Annual Pittsburgh Turkey TrotIt's a Thanksgiving day tradition and thousands of runners show up every year, regardless of how cold it is.
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla’s 2018-19 Winter Weather ForecastLike it or not, winter is coming. So what can we expect? Well, we have to go back to summer to find out. That is when global patterns and large scale influences start to tip their hand.
Police, Fed Up With Lingering Cold Weather, 'Arrest' WinterAn upstate New York police department fed up with lingering cold weather has placed winter under arrest.
Snowy Winter Proves Costly For Road Crews' BudgetsIt's been a snowy winter in western Pennsylvania, and for the people in charge of keeping the roads clear, a costly one.
First Day Of Spring Snowfall Leaves Pittsburghers ExasperatedIt may be the first day of spring, but Old Man Winter didn’t get the message.
12 Feet Of Snow! Erie Smashes Snowfall RecordCongratulations Erie, you’ve just set a new record for the snowiest winter on record.
Forecasters Warn Of Possible Major Winter StormWinter weather returns as we head into the weekend.
Not All Ticks Are Gone Yet In Western PennsylvaniaTicks were a big problem over the summer especially in Western Pennsylvania, but if you thought the cold weather killed them off -- think again.
Erie Man Pinned By Huge Ice Chunk After Hitting It With ShovelFire officials say a Pennsylvania man was lucky to survive being pinned by a huge chunk of ice that he knocked off the side of his house.
Cold Temperatures, Bitter Wind Chills Sweep Across RegionWith temperatures in the single digits and wind chills well below zero, it was a brutal day to be outside for any period of time.