Ending the week on a warmer note
Temperatures are slated to climb out of the 20s
Inches of snow not all that common on Christmas day in the Valley
Far from a heat wave, but a warming trend ahead
33 Pinpoint Weather Meteorologist Ryan Halicki breaks down how the snow will impact your day
33 Pinpoint Meteorologist Ryan Halicki breaks down the forecast for Thursday night and whether or not meteors will be visible
Colder tonight, with another round of snow Friday
Heavy snow will have fallen overnight and there will be a high risk of encountering slick spots.
The Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office is reminding residents to check on their neighbors.
33 Pinpoint Meteorologist Ryan Halicki breaks down how much snow to expect with our latest winter storm
Local road crews say they’re watching for changing conditions and are ready to treat icy surfaces.
Just ask people living in Mercer County 15 years ago.
The damage stretches from the northern corners of Trumbull County south all the way to East Liverpool.
The EF1 tornado carried 90 mph winds.
WYTV’s meteorologists say short-term forecasts are typically on point, but long ones are mostly based off trends.
As temperatures continue to drop after a damp day, the soaked Valley could see Black Ice.
Several viewers sent us photos of small, pea-sized hail they saw reaching the ground Tuesday afternoon.
The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in Trumbull County.
The Valley had to deal with severe thunderstorms Friday, some of which did some damage and knocked out power.
Severe storms moved through the Valley on August 4.
Both the Columbiana County Fair and the Steel Valley Cluster Dog Show had to deal with severe weather Friday afternoon.
Thousands were without power on Friday, some still without power on Saturday.
Austintown Schools STEM Coach Danielle Chine said it’s an opportunity to learn about science beyond a textbook.
Out of all the day’s damage, none felt the devastation more than the Pavlich family in Liberty, whose home was destroyed by a fallen tree.
WYTV had several people call into the Weather Center asking if a tornado went through.
Matt Jones talked to county officials about how prepared they are for tornadoes or other severe weather.
The class on Tuesday is canceled due to the pending winter storm.
Severe weather can happen at any time day or night. Getting weather alerts and knowing what to do when it happens is imperative.
David Hull said farmers at White House Fruit Farm are concerned that the changing temperatures could trick the plants.
Severe weather hit the area on January 12, 2017.