At least 30 buildings collapsed overnight, mostly farm buildings and flat-roof structures. Authorities said they expected more as they made their way around after sunrise. The storm dumped more than 7 feet of snow in some places, reported usatoday.com
“This is western New York; we’re used to it,” Mr. Fasanella, 62, a lifelong Buffalonian, said. “But this is the worst I’ve ever seen. Even worse than the blizzard of 1977,” announced nytimes.com
According to ibtimes.com, Buffalo, New York, is already having a rough winter. The area got more than 7 feet of snow this week as a result of a lake effect storm.
Unfortunately, since rain started Saturday, officials the storm has contributed to at least 13 deaths, announced cnn.com
Six feet of snow covered Buffalo, New York, one of the hardest-hit areas in a week when snowstorms and record-low temperatures whacked much of the state. Some places in the region have seen more than 5 feet of snow, while others could see 7½ feet more after another round of wintry weather hits this week, reported ktla.com.
People in the Buffalo, New York, area have been snowed in for the second straight day, and some are even trapped at stores or jobs because of the sudden huge snowstorm, and it isn’t over. More snow is expected to pound upstate New York today, as officials frantically try to clear massive truckloads of snow from the area, reported abcnews.go.com.