Extreme heat continues with scattered storms throughout the weekend

Heavy snowfall creates low visibility on roads in West Nyack

The Clarkstown town supervisor says the town has been preparing for Wednesday’s nor’easter for two weeks.

News 12 Staff

Dec 17, 2020, 4:28 AM

Updated 1,283 days ago


News 12 was in West Nyack Wednesday evening where the heavy, steady snowfall created low visibility on the roads.
Route 59 in Rockland County only had flashing lights - no red lights - because visibility was so low.
DPW workers said they will be out clearing roads and sidewalks for days.
The Clarkstown town supervisor told News 12 they have spent $100,000 in the town for emergency crews, plows, overtime and other things needed to prepare for a storm like this one.

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