Parts of NY dig out after potentially ‘historic’ snowfall


              Cars drive through blowing, drifting snow on McKinley Parkway in Hamburg in Erie County, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. (Mark Mulville/The Buffalo News via AP)
            
              A stranded car is snowed in on the side of New Armor Road in Orchard Park in Erie County, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. (Mark Mulville/The Buffalo News via AP)
            
              Snow is piled on the sides of Forest Avenue in Orchard Park in Erie County, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. (Mark Mulville/The Buffalo News via AP)
            
              Crews truck snow in to dump in the parking lot of Erie Community College in Orchard Park in Erie County, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. (Mark Mulville/The Buffalo News via AP)
            
              Crews truck snow in to dump in the parking lot of Erie Community College in Orchard Park, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. (Mark Mulville/The Buffalo News via AP)
            
              Manjit Bath clears the sidewalk of packed snow in front of India Gate restaurant, after two days of lake-effect snow on Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. Just south of Buffalo, towns are still working to clear the snowy aftermath of the lake-effect storm, but in parts of the city, normalcy is beginning to return. (Libby March/The Buffalo News via AP)
            
              Ollie Wright hits a rail off of a home-made snow kicker built by friends, enjoying the aftermath of two days of lake-effect snow, near Hoyt Lake in Buffalo, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. Just south of Buffalo, towns are still working to dig out from the lake-effect storm, but in parts of the city, everyday life is resuming. (Libby March/The Buffalo News via AP)
            
              Families enjoy sledding, taking advantage of two days of lake-effect snow at Delaware Park in Buffalo, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. Just south of Buffalo, towns are still working to clear the snowy aftermath of the lake-effect storm, but in parts of the city, normalcy is beginning to return. (Libby March/The Buffalo News via AP)
            
              David Frothingham cross country skis in the aftermath of two days of lake-effect snow, along Hoyt Lake in Buffalo, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. Just south of Buffalo, towns are still working to dig out from the lake-effect storm, but in parts of the city, normalcy is beginning to return. (Libby March/The Buffalo News via AP)
            
              Ollie Wright, left, watches as CJ Lanahan, center, and Dan Edick work on creating a snow kicker for a rail, enjoying the aftermath of two days of lake-effect snow, at Hoyt Lake in Buffalo, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. Just south of Buffalo, towns are still working to dig out from the lake-effect storm, but in parts of the city, normalcy is beginning to return. (Libby March/The Buffalo News via AP)
            
              David Magavern cross country skis, in the aftermath of two days of lake-effect snow, along Lincoln Parkway in Buffalo, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. Just south of Buffalo, towns are still working to clear the snowy aftermath of the lake-effect storm, but in parts of the city, normalcy is beginning to return. (Libby March/The Buffalo News via AP)
            
              Eric Wettlaufer pulls Grant Wettlaufer, 5, as Natalie Hofert-Wettlaufer pulls Quinn Wettlaufer, 3, on sleds across Forest Avenue in Buffalo, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. Just south of the city of Buffalo, towns are still working to clear the aftermath of the lake-effect storm. (Libby March/The Buffalo News via AP)
            
              A truck makes a turn at an intersection in the Elmwood neighborhood of Buffalo, N.Y., Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. Many side streets remained uncleared after two days of lake-effect snow. (Libby March/The Buffalo News via AP)
            
              Snow covers the ground in Buffalo, N.Y. on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022. Residents of northern New York state are digging out from a dangerous lake-effect snowstorm that had dropped nearly 6 feet of snow in some areas and caused three deaths. The Buffalo metro area was hit hard, with some areas south of the city receiving more than 5 feet by early Saturday.  (AP Photo/Carolyn Thompson)
            
              Snow covers the ground in Buffalo, N.Y. on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022. Residents of northern New York state are digging out from a dangerous lake-effect snowstorm that had dropped nearly 6 feet of snow in some areas and caused three deaths. The Buffalo metro area was hit hard, with some areas south of the city receiving more than 5 feet by early Saturday.  (AP Photo/Carolyn Thompson)
            
              Snow removed from the street in Buffalo, N.Y. on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022. Residents of northern New York state are digging out from a dangerous lake-effect snowstorm that had dropped nearly 6 feet of snow in some areas and caused three deaths. The Buffalo metro area was hit hard, with some areas south of the city receiving more than 5 feet by early Saturday.  (AP Photo/Carolyn Thompson)
            
              Snow covers the ground in Buffalo, N.Y. on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022 as crews work to clear the streets. Residents of northern New York state are digging out from a dangerous lake-effect snowstorm that had dropped nearly 6 feet of snow in some areas and caused three deaths. The Buffalo metro area was hit hard, with some areas south of the city receiving more than 5 feet by early Saturday.  (AP Photo/Carolyn Thompson)
            
              Ahmed Osman shovels his walk on the West Side, Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022 in Buffalo, N.Y.  Residents of northern New York state are digging out from a dangerous lake-effect snowstorm that had dropped nearly 6 feet of snow in some areas and caused three deaths. The Buffalo metro area was hit hard, with some areas south of the city receiving more than 5 feet by early Saturday. (Libby March /The Buffalo News via AP)
Parts of NY dig out after potentially ‘historic’ snowfall