UTICA, N.Y. -- The snow continues to fall across New York state Sunday, and some areas of the Mohawk Valley have seen several inches overnight.
Oneida County Emergency Services Director Kevin Revere says things so far have gone smoothly following the storm, but he says that the snow is far from over.
"There were very few accidents. Only a few cars off the road. But the roads are pretty clear, so they’re doing a good job at it," Revere said.
He says that crews were very ready and they knew that sooner or later a big snowstorm like this was going to hit the area.
The DPW crews are still out combating the snow that is still continuing to fall Sunday.
Revere says that once the wind starts to pick up as the snow continues that visibility will then become a larger issue.
The fdrop in temperatures into Monday, coupled with the windchill will also make it feel bitterly cold outside.
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