A storm system will barely scrape our viewing area. Find out your city’s chance for rain and snow.
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A system will likely move south of our area this week, but we’re tracking another winter storm next weekend.
That doesn’t mean it will be all warm all the time.
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The official start of Spring is Tuesday, but it’s going to feel more like winter with the chance for snow.
We are tracking dry and sunny skies for Saturday, but a few models want to rain on you St. Patrick’s Day parade.
A section Dresden Avenue is closed after part of a hill slid down onto the road.
As the east coast prepares for another Nor’easter, this system will also impact the Valley.
Some notice the positive trends, while others say there are reasons for the low numbers.
Monday will be a great day to be outside before more snow and rain return.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool
WKBN 27 First News received dozens of calls overnight and Friday morning about the severe weather.
A new map shows updated pavement conditions that are suitable for riders.
Eagle Creek is notorious for flooding its banks every time there’s heavy rain, but the water itself isn’t the problem.
Sunday morning the Valley is drying out from heavy rain, but high winds cause more problems.
The entire viewing area is under an areal flood watch while Columbiana County is under a flood watch.
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Each day this week we are expecting rain, which could pose a problem for flood-prone areas.
Snow showers will continue tonight, but with warm weather and rain in the forecast the snow won’t last long.
More than 20 million tons of salt is applied to roads, parking lots, sidewalks and driveways each year nationwide.
People living in the area are concerned that the blasts could cause property damage.