Although snow fell for hours without stopping Sunday, the next week is expected to be pretty dry.
Continuous snow all morning led to slick roads and dozens of fender benders throughout the city Sunday.
If you like snow, this has been the winter for you. Now, more is on the way.
The sunshine was a blessing Friday for those living out the battle of the salt.
More communities are reporting tight road salt supplies, and there’s still more than a month left before winter wraps up, at least according to the calendar.
One man was injured when the roof of his home partially collapsed in Baldwin.
The weather is partially to blame for a roof collapse in Crafton that caused significant damage to a printing business Wednesday morning.
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.
People in Butler County are dealing with more snow than most in the region after the latest round of winter weather moved through the area.
Overnight snow and ice is making for a tricky commute Wednesday morning.
Our latest winter storm started pulling away to the east this morning, after dropping snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain.
Snow is expected overnight, bringing in 1 to 3 inches by the morning commute in the city – with more expected in the north.
It may look like Bethel Park has an abundant supply of salt heading into this latest winter storm, but the drain on the supply has been wide open lately.
They are normally on the front lines fighting the winter storms, but Public Works crews are threatening to hit the picket lines instead.