Cleanup Continues After Winter Blast Strikes Area

JAMESTOWN – City crews are still hard at work cleaning up snow left behind after a blast of winter weather struck the area Tuesday and Wednesday that dumped more than two feet of snow on parts of Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties.

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Some of the highest totals include 35.2 inches in Perrysburg, 30 inches near South Dayton, and almost 25 inches in Celoron, Kennedy and Randolph. A total of 19 inches fell in the City of Jamestown.
Forecasters say over the next 24 hours, conditions should be mainly calm. On Friday a disturbance passing south of the region will brush our area with light snow, possibly mixed with sleet and some freezing rain.
Over the weekend, another system is expected to arrive although experts say only rain is expected to fall.
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