Latest snowstorm pushes winter season into Top 10 snowiest on record for Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH — It’s been a snowy season in Pittsburgh. The latest winter storm brought 4.4 inches of snow to the city. Pittsburgh recorded 3.4 inches of that after midnight Feb. 9, tying a daily snow record set in 1982. Some places saw as much as half a foot of snow.

So far this season, Pittsburgh has recorded 48.4 inches of snow which is roughly 23 inches above average. This is more than the entire season average of 41 inches.

In fact, this season is ranked the eighth-snowiest season-to-date (as of Feb. 9) in the city.

Snow season generally runs from October through April.