The big snow is over, at least for our region, and now the digging and snowblowing and plowing continues.
The National Weather Service officially recorded just over a foot of snow at the Rochester Airport. That breaks a record of just under nine inches for the date set back in 1895.
Accumulations varied from 10 to 14 inches north of the Thruway, but as you go south of the Thruway, some areas only saw a few inches of snow.
Plow trucks will be busy all over our region on Saturday, and in Rochester, city officials ask that you follow alternate side of the street parking regulations to help them with snow clearing efforts.
ĀThe forecast calls for just snow showers Saturday morning and maybe some clearing late in the afternoon, but it will be very cold, with highs in the 20s.
Temperatures will be in the 30s with sun on Sunday, and rain and a high in the 40s on Monday.