Crews worked to clear streets of more than six feet of snowfall in the Buffalo, New York, area on Monday, November 21, following a historic storm.
Videos posted to Facebook by Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown on Monday show snow-clearing efforts on residential streets across the city.
News reports said Buffalo received as much as six feet of lake-effect snow over several days. On Monday, New York Governor Kathy Hochul said FEMA had approved an emergency declaration for affected counties.
As of Monday, South Buffalo still had a travel ban in place, according to local reports. Credit: Mayor Byron W. Brown via Storyful