With 6 inches to a foot of snow possibly heading our way Sunday night, city crews are preparing.
For Hempfield Township’s director of Public Works, this morning’s road salt supply numbers were scary.
Despite the best efforts of the road crews, this storm has proved a more than capable foe, -both in the city, and especially the further north you go.
The roads were quite a mess around the area this morning after the latest round of winter weather moved through.
With lots of weather changes predicted in the forecast, Pittsburghers are gearing up.
A winter storm spared much of the viewing area overnight. However, counties to the north weren’t so lucky.
Winter weather warnings and advisories remain in effect across the area.
It may be spring, but winter just doesn’t want to let Pittsburgh out of its icy grip.
The snow has stopped falling, but that doesn’t mean the work is over for roads crews.
Slick roads, snow and bitter cold. It’s a rough night out there even for the salt trucks trying to keep the roads clear.
As the snow came down, the roads got progressively worse today. It got so bad that traffic came to a near standstill on the Parkway West. The storm arrived right on schedule and created whiteout conditions throughout the late morning hours.
While we’re not expecting the snow we got two days ago, some are still getting ready for the next round – especially since many people seemed to be caught off guard on Wednesday with the first big snowfall of the winter.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The plows and salt trucks have been out all day trying to keep up with all the snow. On the busier roads, things are pretty clear. However, some of the side streets […]
Many local roads were turned into icy, snowy parking lots Wednesday morning with drivers inching their way to wherever they were going.
Stranded and frustrated – that was the story for many after a winter storm left local roadways across the area snow-covered and dangerous. Now, work continues to plow and salt them. From the City of Pittsburgh to areas north, east and south – it was the same everywhere.