Winter Weather to Bring Significant Snow to I-95, New York State Beginning Tonight

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The New York State Department of Transportation reports that up to a Foot of Heavy Snow Expected to Impact Capital, Mid-Hudson, Mohawk Valley, Central New York, North Country and Southern Tier Regions Beginning Monday Evening Through Tuesday; Statewide Impacts of at Least One to Two Inches of Snow, Including Up to Six Inches of Snow in New York City.

Snowfall Rates of One Inch or More Per Hour and Wind Gusts Up to 40 Miles Per Hour on Monday Night, with Freezing Rain Expected in Finger Lakes, Long Island, New York City and Western New York Regions.

The New York State Department of Transportation is prepared to respond with 3,614 supervisors and operators available statewide. Regional crews are currently engaged in snow and ice response and preparation activities. All residency locations will remain staffed for 24/7 operations throughout the duration of the event and priority cleanup operations.

The New York State Police will monitor conditions and assign extra patrols to areas that are significantly impacted by the storm. All four-wheel drive and specialty vehicles are in service, including utility task vehicles and snowmobiles.

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