A band of snow moving through the region late this morning resulted in hazardous travel conditions and multiple accidents.
"It's pretty bad everywhere,'' said a spokesman for the Pennsylvania State Police at Findlay, which patrols Allegheny County's interstate highways. Troopers were on the scene of a crash along Interstate 79 near the Bridgeville exit around noon.
A dispatcher for the Washington County 911 center said there had been dozens of traffic accidents.
More than a half-dozen people were hurt in a crash in Franklin Park.
A spokesman for the Allegheny County medical examiner's office said there were no reports of any fatal accidents as of about noon.
Lee Hendricks, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service at Pittsburgh, said a band of snow that was expected to lay down one to two inches began moving through the area at about 10 a.m. - a little earlier than had been initially predicted.