Skiiing in the street was as common today as stranded cars.

Skiiing in the street was as common today as stranded cars.

At this point, you might think the snow is becoming boring like everything else in the burgh. At least some Pittsburghers know how to make the best of snowmaggedon. People were out everywhere today and all across the city cars were stuck, trees were broken, lines were down, and people were cross-country skiing like it was Seven Springs. It helped that the roads are jam packed with at least 3 inches of snow – even the main streets. The way the temperature is dropping right now, those skiers will be able to ice skate from Squirrel Hill to Downtown!

Blizzard of 2010 in Pittsburgh, the aftermath.

Blizzard of 2010 in Pittsburgh, the aftermath.

Blizzard of 2010 in Pittsburgh, the aftermath.

Blizzard of 2010 in Pittsburgh, the aftermath.

Blizzard of 2010 in Pittsburgh, the aftermath.

Blizzard of 2010 in Pittsburgh, the aftermath.

Looking over the tracks into the Whole Foods parking lot. They closed.

Looking over the tracks into the Whole Foods parking lot. They were closed.

The sunset, and the beginning of the dropping temperature

The sunset, and the beginning of the dropping temperature

More skiers taking advantage of the blizzard

More skiers taking advantage of the blizzard

Blizzard of 2010 in Pittsburgh, the aftermath.

Blizzard of 2010 in Pittsburgh, the aftermath.

It's true, there really are some telephone lines down out there!

It’s true, there really are some telephone lines down out there!

Yes this guy was really riding his bicycle in the snow

Yes this guy was really riding his bicycle in the snow

What's worse? Pushing your car out of the snow or losing the spot when you return?

What’s worse? Pushing your car out of the snow or losing the spot when you return?