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'It's All Messed Up': New York Resident Surveys Snowy Roads Near Buffalo

Heavy snow fell across the Buffalo, New York, metropolitan area on Monday, November 27, with over a foot falling in some communities.

Footage recorded by Buffalo resident Steven Madsen shows snowplows, a police officer attending to a stranded motorist, and a line of cars backed up on a highway on-ramp in Orchard Park. “It’s all messed up,” Madsen comments in the video.

A lake-effect snow warning issued by the National Weather Service remains in effect for southern Erie, Wyoming, Chautauqua, and Cattaraugus counties until 7 am Wednesday, November 29. Credit: Steven Madsen via Storyful

Video transcript

[ENGINE RUMBLING]

- Oh.

[WIND BLOWING]

- What happened? What happened?

- Look how deep the snow is along the road there.

- Did they get stopped?

- Yeah.

- I kind of hope we do. [CHUCKLES] Oh, my gosh.

- [INAUDIBLE]

- Did you see the snow?

- It's the 219 entrance. Oh, it's all messed up.

- Go back.

[ENGINE RUMBLING]

- Yeah.

[WIND BLOWING]

- What happened? What happened?

- Look how deep the snow is along the road there.

- Did they get stopped?

- Yeah.

- I kind of hope we do. [CHUCKLES] Oh, my gosh.

- [INAUDIBLE]

- Did you see the snow?

- Is the 219 entrance. Oh, it's all messed up.

- Go back.