Incredible aerial footage shows snow blanketing Buffalo, New York
Watch Snow Blanket Buffalo, NY, in Breathtaking Time-Lapse Video
Unless you're in sunny California or on a tropical island, chances are you're cold—verycold. But those who live in Buffalo, NY, may have it the worst.
In footage taken on Tuesday, a wall of lake-effect snow (which occurs when cold winds move over a body of water and turn to snow) is seen creeping toward the city of Buffalo. Those clouds certainly weren't messing around. As of today, more than 70 inches, about 6 feet, have covered the area, with more snow expected to fall in the coming days.
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Governor Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency yesterday, preparing for the massive accumulation. The snow has halted action in the city, with cars and buses abandoned on streets and highways. One packed Greyhound bus was stranded on Interstate 90 for 34 hours. Another bus was stuck for 26 hours. More than 500 snowplows and about 20 snow blowers have been deployed to aid in the cleanup.
Video: Lake-effect snow blankets Buffalo, New York
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