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News stories tagged with "winter-storm"

Photo: Mark Kurtz
Photo: Mark Kurtz

Blizzard warning issued for upstate NY areas

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for an area stretching from New York's southwest corner to eastern Lake Ontario.

The warning is in effect until early Thursday morning. Forecasters say 10 to 24 inches of snow is expected in some areas from the eastern end of Lake Erie to the Lake Ontario shoreline in central New York. Forecasters say wind gusts as high as 50 mph are expected later Wednesday.  Go to full article
Backyards will get a workout as winter brings yet another snow day for students. Photo: John Stanford
Backyards will get a workout as winter brings yet another snow day for students. Photo: John Stanford

Winter storm triggers closings, state of emergency

The latest winter storm has dumped up to 20 inches of snow on a broad swath of eastern New York.

Schools are closed across much of the North Country, the Hudson Valley and the Albany area.

The storm began Thursday morning. Governor Cuomo declared a state of emergency yesterday afternoon.

"The storm has brought a mix of everything," the governor said, "We have snow, we have sleet, we have rain, we have ice."  Go to full article
Archive Photo of the Day: Stephen Diehl, Antwerp, NY
Archive Photo of the Day: Stephen Diehl, Antwerp, NY

Winter storm whallops eastern NY and Vermont

Up to 16 inches of new snow are in store for large parts of the region through Thursday and into Friday morning. Most schools are closed in NY's Capital region, Hudson Valley and the Catskills.

In Vermont, Thursday night could see accumulations of 1 to 2 inches per hour. The Weather Service says the storm will make travel hazardous.  Go to full article
It did flood ten or twelve homes, four or five of them quite severely. There are some displaced people staying with friends and family.

Massive winter storm forces emergency declarations, home evacuations

The winter storm that began on Sunday and continued through Monday afternoon dumped more than two feet of snow to some parts of the North Country.

Bloomingdale in Franklin County was walloped by 32 inches of snow, with Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake close behind with 29 inches. Todd Moe has details.  Go to full article

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