Snow makes travel dangerous for Rockland residents

Blowing snow and ice-packed roadways created a traffic nightmare for Rockland residents Tuesday. A winter storm warning will remain in effect for Rockland County until

Department of Public Works crews are out across the county to keep things safe.

Department of Public Works crews are out across the county to keep things safe. (1/21/14)

WEST NYACK - Blowing snow and ice-packed roadways created a traffic nightmare for Rockland residents Tuesday.

A winter storm warning will remain in effect for Rockland County until Wednesday morning.

Department of Public Works crews are out across the county to keep things safe.

Metro-North Railroad will operate 80 percent to 85 percent of its normal weekday service Wednesday with some trains combined.

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