Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo gives an updated look at what is going to be a tough travel day on Wednesday.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo breaks down more details on this upcoming snow event.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo takes an in-depth look at what may evolve for the busiest travel day of the season.
Birds are good indicators of climate changes because they have adapted to specific temperature ranges, food supply and habitat.
Temperatures in Pennsylvania have been lower than average, but across the globe that is not the case.
Save energy and money - and stay warm - with these tips.
The lake-effect snow machine is cranking.
Chief Meteorologist talks about what is likely going to turn out to be a lousy evening on the roads and then what happens to the cold pattern.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo gives an update to the pattern and discusses the snow/mix potential for early next week.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo tells us if the weather will cooperate this Saturday.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo discusses the invasion of arctic air into the nation, when we will be the coldest, and when we will have a break.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo lets us know what to expect for the upcoming winter.
As the amount of daylight lessens, lighting your house can be costly, but there are ways to save.
An El Nino is predicted this winter. Here are the true facts about the event.
Will snowflakes fly for the Penn State game against Maryland?
What will the weather be like for this late-October night game?
While it's not been too warm here locally, but for the globe, it's been a different story.
Have you ever wondered what triggers leaves to change color in the fall?
Explore how land, land, water, air and living things – affect and interact with each other.
A lot of the nation is having a longer growing season than decades before.
Want some help in spotting migrating birds?
If clouds break we will have a peak at a lunar eclipse Wednesday morning.
Ice from the South Pole now reaches farther than ever into the ocean.
September 2014 was warm and dry.
Weather influence color and the length of our fall foliage season. What happens if the climate shifts?
Here are some facts that will help you observe the fall colors.
Another beautiful gameday is coming our way for homecoming.
Joe Murgo tells you what to expect when you head to Beaver Stadium.
So far this has been one of the least active tropical seasons in the Atlantic.
More than 3 inches of rain was recorded in Phoenix Monday morning as monsoon rains combined with a hurricane remnant.
Even though it doesn't feel like, meteorological fall has begun. Is warm weather the new trend for autumn?
The weather will be a bit unsettled for Penn State's first home game.
August was cooler and slightly wetter than average.
Meteorological summer comes to an end this weekend. How does it rank compared to other summers?
Tropical Storm Iselle made landfall on Hawaii early Friday morning, the first time in more than 20 years a tropical storm has made landfall on the island state.
A tornado struck Revere, MA, on Monday morning causing damage across the town.
A rare lightning strike killed one and injured many more this past weekend.
After a relatively cool weekend for July standards, the work week started off on a little warmer and more humid note.
Bears need to cool for just like any animal. The way they do it is just like one of our household pets.
Earlier this year we ended a multi-year drought without setting a new record low. Are we now heading to consistent cool?
Residents can be fined up to $500 per day for wasting water during their latest drought.
Several people have commented that there are fewer crickets this year. If there are fewer, is there a scientific reason?
The 14-year-old was getting into a friend's car when he was struck by lightning.
Even though it won't feel too warm the next couple of days, on average, mid-July marks the peak of the warmest weather of the year for our region. Want to learn more?
You would pretty much need lead as sunscreen with this reading.
Keep these tips in mind to prevent wildfires and enjoy a safe holiday
June was a wet and muggy month.
Does extreme cold kill them off? Researchers thought yes, but observations are show many have made it.
Since we are almost half way through the year, it's an ideal time to check in on how temperatures and precipitation have compared to past years.
A few tips to keep safe during thunderstorm season.