The straggling lines of snow squalls continued throughout the day, painting the landscape white and adding to the six to nine inches of snow that settled on the areas north of Pittsburgh like a wet down comforter and encasing cars.
After rumors surfaced last week, a deal has now been officially announced.
Some areas have gotten up to one foot of snow in the Laurel Highlands.
Local utility crews have mobilized their workers in preparation for widespread power outages anticipated from Superstorm Sandy.
Sandy is back to being a Hurricane, after shortly being downgraded to a tropical storm.
The Boy Scouts of America recently released confidential documents about ineligible volunteers.
We’re going to keep our preseason coverage going with a series of rapid-fire previews, shifting our attention now to Class AAA and looking at the Big Nine Conference. This section may have expanded, but it remains doubtful that the dominance of the conference by Thomas Jefferson will be challenged like it was in 2011.
The day started out wet but that rain is expected to transition to snow this afternoon and into the evening with heavier amounts falling to the areas south and east of Pittsburgh.
With the cooler temperatures and gorgeous changing leaves, fall is a great time to visit the Laurel Highlands!