Prediction Analysis

2017-2018 Winter Recap

It has been a long winter. Officially, Pittsburgh recorded 59.8″ of snow this season, which is 17.9″ more than the average total. In April alone, 7.3″ of snow fell, which is significantly higher than the 1.5″ we usually accumulate in the transitional month.   With no single season defining snowstorm, this winter will be remembered as a whole; a dreary one    …Keep Reading

Pittsburgh Snow Day’s 2016-17 Winter Recap

Despite below-average temperatures this weekend, and some light snow showers in the higher elevations, it would seem that we are done with snow in Pittsburgh. There is a remote possibility that Western Pennsylvania picks up some more light accumulation (Pittsburgh did see half an inch on May 25, 1925) but for now we can shut    …Keep Reading