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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Ski resorts in Western Pennsylvania received the first snow of the season over the weekend.

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Photo Credit: (Katie Buchan/Seven Springs Mountain Resort)

Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Seven Springs, Pa., tweeted pictures of the overnight snow Sunday morning.

The resort received a coating of snow overnight that left ski slopes covered.

Hidden Valley Resort also received snow overnight into Sunday.

(Photo Credit: Katherine Hofer)

Alexis Randall snapped some photos of kids having fun in the October snow.

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Hidden Valley (Photo Credit: Alexis Randall)

KDKA-TV Meteorologist Ray Petelin was tracking the snow showers overnight and captured some buildup on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Somerset.

In Chicora, Butler County, residents also woke up to a light tracing of snow.

Photo Credit: (KDKA)

Temperatures in downtown Pittsburgh reached the low 30s Saturday night into Sunday morning. The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh said that a trace of snow will be expected in Pittsburgh on Sunday.