Storm fails to deliver, but still makes for rough going

NORWICH – Chenango County braced itself for up to a foot of new snow last night, but the storm only delivered about half of what was predicted.

Chenango County Director of Emergency Management Matthew L. Beckwith said the area saw a wet mix of rain and sleet accumulating to about for or five inches of ice and snow on average. He said the storm started at around 3 a.m. and ended by 6 a.m. Wednesday.

All nine public schools districts in the county closed in anticipation of the severe weather either Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning, and a winter storm warning remains in effect.

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