I drove in snow quite a few times in Denver in my '07 Daytona, and it actually did great on all-season tires. That said, 135 less hp, 85 less torque. But the Scat Pack is nearly 500lbs heavier. So, I would say you can do it, but I wouldn't just because I hated what it was doing to my Daytona. Luckily, most of Denver's car washes have pretty good underbody washers. It's actually what they put on the roads to combat the snow that seemed to be the worst, as I'm sure you know already, living in Pittsburgh and all. If I lived somewhere like that, I would probably have some cheap beater 4x4 truck/SUV/Subaru for those days. And yes, I know all about the need for 4 doors. I don't have kids, but my job/business requires a good amount of space and the need to fold the rear seats down and often put bulky autoclaves in the car, so the rear doors are necessary for easier access. And I'm just not a truck/SUV guy, so a Charger just makes all the sense in the world.