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Blizzard, bitter cold overtake upstate

A pedestrian is bundled up against near-zero temperatures at the intersection of Erie Boulevard and State Street in Schenectady on Tuesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
A pedestrian is bundled up against near-zero temperatures at the intersection of Erie Boulevard and State Street in Schenectady on Tuesday.
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Roads and schools were closed and flights canceled across upstate New York on Tuesday as a blizzard slammed the western part of the state, while dangerously cold temperatures gripped eastern areas from the Adirondacks to New York City. The storm had dumped an estimated 15 to 18 inches of snow in some areas of western New York by Tuesday morning, with winds gusting to as much as 50 mph making travel “difficult if not impossible,” ...


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