Windy with rain mixing to snow today.
Our station’s meteorologists said a growing trend of social media storms can undermine the work they do every day.
Tornado sirens sounded across the state as emergency management agencies tested equipment ahead of the spring severe weather season.
We’ve been told many times over the years what to do when severe weather strikes while we are at home or school, but what if you happen to be at a shopping mall, church or grocery store?
Spring is just 15 days away, and local emergency management agencies will take the first steps Wednesday in preparing for the season’s severe weather.
Typically, maple trees are tapped by the first week of March but some farmers said Monday their trees are too frozen to even drill holes and start harvesting sap.
WEB EXCLUSIVE // The Mahoning and Shenango valleys ushered in March with yet another winter storm.
The Ohio and Pennsylvania departments of transportation are ready for the snowfall expected Sunday.
The mild temperatures on Saturday may lead some to believe spring may truly be around the corner. But customers at local super markets know Mother Nature has been known to play tricks.
We’ve been hearing about salt shortages for the past several weeks and with another round of snow on the way, finding the winter staple may even get tougher.
Mercer Co., PA involving four to five semi-truck trailers has stopped traffic on Interstate 80′s Eastbound lane.
Another round of snow and wind creates whiteout conditions across the valley.
It doesn’t take much snow to cause problems on the roadway. That was evident Tuesday as the morning commute got tied up with multiple accidents on Interstate 680 in Youngstown.
Puddles of water on the streets in Leavittsburg are a minor problem now, but could be a possible sign of bigger flooding issues ahead as the Mahoning River sits nearby.
All that snow that was dumped on the Valley at the beginning of the week is melting, creating black ice on roadways.
The Ohio House has voted on whether schools can take up to four additional days off this year because of the winter season’s extreme weather.
Growers expect temperatures this winter killed buds on the vines for certain varieties of grapes.
The heavy snow and winds have caused sporadic power outages across the Mahoning and Shenango valleys.
Four to six inches of snow fell across the Mahoning and Shenango valleys Monday night into Tuesday morning.
The water trapped in the snowpack will become runoff and enter the streams and rivers. Those streams already have ice on them, which could cause ice jam flooding.