UTICA, N.Y. – The city of Utica declared a snow emergency at 10 a.m. Friday due to heavy snow in the forecast.
The region is expecting six to nine inches of snowfall throughout the day, with the heaviest falling by 2 p.m.
All vehicles must be off the streets to allow for snow removal and emergency services if needed.
The following are also under snow emergencies until further notice:
- Village of Herkimer
- Village of Ilion
- Village of Milford
- New Hartford
- New York Mills
- Whitesboro (until Saturday at 7 a.m.)
For a full list of closings, click here.
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