PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Ski resorts in Western Pennsylvania received the first snow of the season over the weekend.READ MORE: Greenpeace: Giant Eagle Ranked #1 Major Grocery Retailer At Reducing Single-Use Plastic Reliance
Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Seven Springs, Pa., tweeted pictures of the overnight snow Sunday morning.
It snowed overnight. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/8u5xnjcjp6
— Seven Springs (@7SpringsPA) October 21, 2018
The resort received a coating of snow overnight that left ski slopes covered.
Hidden Valley Resort also received snow overnight into Sunday.
Alexis Randall snapped some photos of kids having fun in the October snow.READ MORE: Unity Township Man Facing Charges Stemming From Mask Dispute At Grocery Store
KDKA-TV Meteorologist Ray Petelin was tracking the snow showers overnight and captured some buildup on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Somerset.
— Ray Petelin (@RayPetelinWx) October 21, 2018
In Chicora, Butler County, residents also woke up to a light tracing of snow.
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.
For Pittsburgh’s official climate today, a trace a snow will be recorded. So that makes it the first snow of the season!MORE NEWS: W. Va. Expects Vaccine Supply Surge As COVID-19 Deaths Drop
— NWS Pittsburgh (@NWSPittsburgh) October 21, 2018