Thousands without power in NY

A travel advisory was issued in Chenango County Thursday evening into Friday, as a heavy snowfall dumped 8 to 10 inches in some parts of the area. Most local schools were closed and activities cancelled as crews worked around the clock to clear roadways.

HUDSON, N.Y. (AP) — A wintry mix of sleet and freezing rain sent tree limbs crashing and left more than 180,000 customers without power in eastern New York. Flood watches were in effect Friday for parts of Long Island and Manhattan.

The National Weather Service continued winter and ice storm warnings Friday for a region stretching from the mid Hudson Valley to the southern Adirondacks. Forecasters said parts of the mid-Hudson Valley were coated with a half-inch to an inch of ice.

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