News::Snow Reprieve to be Short-Lived in Upstate New York

Maybe Senator Clinton can regail us with her global warming horror stories while, up in New York, Bill can get some illegal aliens to shovel the driveway!

News::Snow Reprieve to be Short-Lived in Upstate New York
Snow Reprieve to be Short-Lived in Upstate New York
REDFIELD, N.Y. – The reprieve isn’t going to last long for the folks in Oswego County, New York. While the snow finally tapered off today, a lot more is on the way.

The region already has plenty. One town has an unofficial total of just over 12 feet, thanks to a week’s worth of storms. The National Weather Service is checking that out, and if it’s true, it’ll set a new record for New York state.

Forecasters already have a winter storm watch in effect through late Wednesday. It could bring another six to 12 inches of snow.

But the folks in Oswego County mostly shrug. They usually average more than 22 feet of snow each winter. And while it’s generally more spread out, the local economy thrives on snowmobilers and cross-country skiers.

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