PGH PATCH: When Could Pittsburgh See Its First Snowfall?

PATCH.COM:  Those 85-degree days that were common as recently as last week in southwestern Pennsylvania are a thing of the past and likely won't occur again until next May. In fact, we've now entered the portion of the fall calendar where, gulp, snowfall is possible.

The earliest measurable snow in Pittsburgh occurred twice on Oct. 18 , according to the National Weather Service. The area received 1.8 inches in 1972 and 1.3 inches in 1992.

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