If you’re sick of snow, you might want to avoid looking outside this weekend.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is sending commercial haulers to Delaware to pick up 20,000 tons of recently purchased road salt – a commodity in high demand after a series of winter storms.
The latest round of winter weather moved into the area Monday night and is keeping road crews busy.
Snowfall began winding down across the area Tuesday morning in the wake of our latest bout with winter weather.
Salt supplies are dwindling in many municipalities. Just this weekend, the City of Pittsburgh unveiled that its supplies are now dangerously low.
This may sound like a broken record at this point, but more snow is on the way for much of the region.
The snow came down so fast, road crews had a hard time keeping up.
The snow and ice caused many problems around the area for many people.
Our latest winter storm started pulling away to the east this morning, after dropping snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain.
The next winter storm is on the horizon for the Pittsburgh area.
A new round of winter weather is taking aim at Western Pennsylvania.
The latest round of winter weather has moved into the area and caused several accidents during the Monday morning commute.
According to Meteorologist Kristin Emery, the first wave of precipitation has started to clear our region from south to north taking the combination of rain, freezing rain, sleet and wet snow with it.
More winter weather is on the way and could impact the Monday morning commute. As a result, alerts and warnings have been issued for much of the area.
We may have been spared a rough morning commute, but the freezing rain didn’t completely miss us.