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The predicted winter storm had not brought much to the tri-lakes area by early afternoon Wednesday although plows were out moving what little snow there was along the edge of the road.  This plow is cleaning the edge of NYS Route 3 between Saranac Lake and Bloomingdale. Photo: Mark Kurtz
The predicted winter storm had not brought much to the tri-lakes area by early afternoon Wednesday although plows were out moving what little snow there was along the edge of the road. This plow is cleaning the edge of NYS Route 3 between Saranac Lake and Bloomingdale. Photo: Mark Kurtz

St. Lawrence Valley likely "big winner" in snowfall

A winter storm has arrived just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Thick, wet snow fell on the St. Lawrence Valley and parts of the Adirondacks. The Champlain Valley and Glens Falls have mostly received rain.

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Conor Lahiff is with the National Weather Service. He says that the St. Lawrence Valley will likely get the most snow in the region: "When it’s all said and done over there, you are going to be the big winners for snowfall, anywhere from eight inches up to possibly a foot."

The storm foiled Thanksgiving travel plans all across the east coast.

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