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.
On Interstate 79 south near Canonsburg in Washington County, a PennDOT truck paves the way, not because of a massive amount of snow yet, but to keep ahead of what is to come.
The nasty weather is threatening travel for millions of Americans in other parts of the country as well.
The latest round of winter weather moved into the area around midnight and is keeping road crews on their toes.
Our late winter/early spring storm is beginning to loosen its grip on the area after dumping some troublesome snow Monday morning.
Pittsburghers are expected to be greeted by a large amount of snow Monday morning – the opposite of what many craving spring are hoping for.
It’s spring — yes spring — but the weather forecast overnight looks like anything but.
It may be spring, but winter just doesn’t want to let Pittsburgh out of its icy grip.
The calendar may say spring, but winter won’t let go of its grasp of the Pittsburgh area.
The snow came fast and heavy overnight and into this morning, and then in a lot of places, it was gone as quickly as it came. Some areas saw more than others. And a few really unlucky places are dealing with more than a foot.
The wrath of Mother Nature certainly was no surprise. The science of meteorology told us it was coming days in advance, but we want to know more. We want to know how much and when and where.
People from New York to New England are digging out after a nor’easter dropped more than three-feet of snow in some areas.
The blizzard that’s pounding the northeast from New York to Boston is hundreds of miles away from Pittsburgh, but it’s still affecting people from our area.