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Western New York state has been bombarded with snow this week, with more than 5 feet falling near Buffalo — and an additional 2 feet is expected to fall through tomorrow, according to Bloomberg News. That extra accumulation would bring snowfall totals in the area to over 100 inches — almost a year’s worth of snow, says the Associated Press.

The New York State Thruway and parts of Interstate 190 and 290 have been closed down and a partial travel ban has been enacted in the area. At least five people have died so far. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has declared a state of emergency for at least 10 counties along Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.

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