Hudson Valley digs out after early nor'easter

A day after a rare October nor'easter blanketed the Hudson Valley with up to 16 inches of snow, crews are working to pick up the pieces and return the area to normal after downed trees knocked out power and blocked roads.

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-N.Y.) held a press conference on the Taconic State Parkway after a tree fell across it in Valhalla, blocking the road.

The governor praised the crews working to restore power and open blocked roads.

While the snow has mostly melted in many areas, the work means many crews are working overtime, which could prove to be a financial issue especially if the winter proves to be a snowy one.

Power outages leave hundreds of thousands in the dark across WC, HV

Hudson Valley walloped by early snowstormVIDEO: Press conference with Gov. Cuomo on storm damage

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