Ski and snowboarding season officially starts today at Seven Springs and Hidden Valley.
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.
The day before Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the busiest travel days of the year.
A winter storm spared much of the viewing area overnight. However, counties to the north weren’t so lucky.
Some people hit the road early for Thanksgiving hoping to get to where they’re going before the weather gets worse.
Winter weather warnings and advisories remain in effect across the area.
The lines at the Pittsburgh International Airport speak for themselves.
Snow started falling early Tuesday morning Maybe a little and it was a little unexpected and ahead of the bigger swath to follow today.
The western Pennsylvania region remains under Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories for a combination of wintry weather elements.
Tens of thousands of people will soon be traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday, but the first real big blast of winter weather is going to have an impact.
PennDOT driver Frank Caruso is one of many road crews gearing up for the inclement weather expected to hit our region.
Outside it was a competition for coveted parking spaces.
In many western and southern states, hundreds of flights have been cancelled.
Wintry weather is on the way and could hamper travel for Thanksgiving.
A winter storm blowing through the Midwest could bring snow just as holiday travelers hit the road for Thanksgiving.