PITTSBURGH - Pennsylvania Department of Transportation crews have been out treating the roads since before noon. They have been using a salt residue solution on the highways and busy county roads in hopes that the snow falls it won't stick.
UPDATE 10 P.M.: The snow is starting to move it, but it's leaving behind wet roads that could pose a freezing risk overnight. Tune in to Channel 11 to see what conditions are where you live overnight and as you prepare to leave home in the morning.
WIND CHILLS IN THE LOW TEENS tomorrow morning. Layer Up! Chilly at the bus stop. pic.twitter.com/LNOdBSR0wO— Stephen Cropper (@WPXICropper) December 7, 2018
UPDATE 6:25 P.M.: Snow and wind whip through Butler County.
UPDATE 5:45 P.M.: A car is stuck on the T tracks in Dormont. The Port Authority says the inbound side at Potomac Station is closed.
There is a car stuck on the inbound rails at Potomac station in Dormont. The inbound side is closed. The outbound side is open. Thank you in advance for your patience.— Port Authority PGH (@PGHtransit) December 6, 2018
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UPDATE 3:30 P.M.: As soon as the snow comes in, the PennDOT salt trucks will be out.
The timing of the snow during rush hour will make the job more difficult since many motorists will be on the roads.
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