Tuesday’s storm dropped more than three feet of snow, shattering the previous record of 24.6 inches set in 2011.
“This storm has dumped over three feet across large portions of our county and more snow is forecast,” said Chenango County Board of Supervisors Chairman Lawrence Wilcox. “We don’t believe the roads can be adequately cleared by tomorrow morning allowing for safe travel.”
“This storm has exceeded the previous one day record snowfall for Chenango County,” said Chenango County Emergency Management Director Matthew Beckwith, noting the previous record of 24.6 inches in 2011
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