Snow covers Orleans County, WNY

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 2 December 2019 at 10:33 am

Photo by Tom Rivers: A historical marker stands out at Courthouse Square in Albion this morning after a snow fall last night and this morning. The marker notes the front lawn for the County Courthouse and County Clerks Building was a homestead with a log cabin site, built by Mr. and Mrs. William McAllister in 1811. Mr. McAllister moved away after his wife’s death in 1812, the marker states.

A winter weather advisory ends at 11 a.m. today, following snow and ice since Sunday.

Today is forecast for a high of 32, followed by a mostly sunny Tuesday with a high of 34.

Wednesday is forecast for a high of 35, followed by a high of 31 on Thursday.

Motorists travel on Main Street in Albion this morning at about 9 a.m.

Ice hangs on a snow-splattered sign on West Park Street with St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in the background.

These mail collection boxes were hit with snow in front of the U.S. Post Office in Albion.

Snow clings to the Orleans County Courthouse and the trees on the courthouse lawn.

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