State of Emergency Declared for New York


KENNEBUNK, ME - FEBRUARY 9: Two snow plows turn on to the northbound lanes of the Maine Turnpike in Kennebunk on Scenes on Thursday, February 9, 2017. People were advised on Thursday to stay off the roads if possible because of the heavy rate of snow fall, which fell at 2-4 inches per hour as a nor'easter dumped snow all day long. (Staff Photo by Gregory Rec/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images)

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The impending Winter storm has forced a state of emergency to be declared statewide, beginning at midnight Tuesday.

Governor Cuomo says that any unnecessary travel is unwise because of the projected snowfall rates of 2 to 4 inches per hour.

The State Emergency Operations Center has been activated with stockpiles of sandbags, generators and pumps at the ready.

The Governor has also announced that all non-essential state employees in all parts of the state except for the North Country have Tuesday off.

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