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

Forecast Roundup for April 2nd snowfall

It might be Easter, but Mother Nature is not ready to move on to Spring just yet. Cold air and above average precipitation will plague the area for at least the next week, with several shots of snow possible over the coming days. Our first shot is tonight into tomorrow morning, as a quick moving    …Keep Reading

Forecast Roundup for March 20-21 snowstorm

Winter is not over yet. Pittsburgh will celebrate the First Day of Spring with a complex winter storm that will include accumulation, especially overnight tonight through Wednesday. The last few runs of the NAM and GFS models have been consistent in all showing more than 6″ of snow in the city, with most showing more    …Keep Reading