Cleanup continues in Orange County after 2 feet of snow

Most roads are now clear in Orange County, but the cleanup is far from over after Tuesday's nor'easter.



The storm dumped up to 24 inches of snow in parts of the county, with snowdrifts even higher.



The hours of whipping winds and heavy snowfall stranded drivers and caused near white-out conditions on I-84, with dozens of accidents reported during the height of the storm.



Some Monroe residents said they had been shoveling snow since Tuesday evening.



 



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