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Rising Temperatures Could Cause Flooding in Snow-Covered Buffalo

The Buffalo area, now buried under as much as 7 feet of snow, faces the threat of flooding and roof collapses as temperatures begin to rise.

New Storm Dangers: Falling Roofs and Flooding

The melting snow could create the effect of a 6-inch downpour in two days.

Snow-Stranded Motorists Seek Shelter Inside Wal-Mart

NBC's Dylan Dreyer speaks with motorists who hunkered down inside a Hamburg, N,.Y., Wal-Mart after a driving ban was put into place because of snow.

Bills Players Need Snowmobiles to Reach Airport

Several players were picked up on the machines at their houses, which were walloped by five to seven feet of snow during this week's storms.

Detroit-Bound Bills Guard Takes Snowmobile to Airport

Kraig Urbik of the Buffalo Bills is driven to the airport via snowmobile so he can catch a flight to Detroit for Monday’s game against the Jets.

A Day's Work: Snow-Swamped Western New Yorkers Dig Out

Residents of Cheektowaga, N.Y. talk about digging out from under nearly seven feet of snow, in some cases taking eight hours to clear a driveway.

N.Y. Gov. Cuomo: We are Preparing Now for Flooding

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says, "We are preparing now for more flooding than we have seen in a long, long time."

New Snow Dangers as Buffalo Tries to Dig Out

Snow storms that brought huge drifts and closed roads in the Buffalo area finally ended, but residents still can't breathe easy.

Watch Drone Footage of Snowbound Suburban NY

Mounds of snow create a perfect winter wonderland in Western New York, as captured by filmmaker James Grimaldi.

'Enormous Amount of Snow' May Keep Buffalo Bills Roaming

With the Bills set to play the Jets in Detroit on Monday, the next question will be whether Ralph Wilson Stadium will be cleared by next Sunday.

Buffalo's Roofs Creak After Epic Winter Storm

Twelve deaths are now blamed on a massive snowstorm that dumped up to seven feet of snow on western New York.

New Threats: Flood and Collapse Fears Follow Epic Snow

The melting snow could create the effect of a 6-inch downpour in two days.

Where's the Snow? Not in Alaska's Largest City

One week before Thanksgiving, much of the nation is digging out from snowstorms, but the ground is bare in Alaska's largest city.

Battered Again: Three More Deaths Blamed on Buffalo Snow

A second band of lake-effect snow battered cities and towns near Buffalo, heaping more misery on people whose cars and even houses were buried.

Snow Emergency in Buffalo Cuts Off Entire Neighborhoods

Nearly 135 miles of thruway are closed, travel is banned in some areas and snow-covered roofs are now at risk of collapse.

Warmest Year Ever? Three More Records Fall in 2014

Even if it's freezing in your personal universe, Earth as a whole just broke three "warmest" records and 2014 is likely to be the toastiest on record.

California Sees 'Abysmal Start' to Its Water Year

It's the time of the year when Californians can expect the most precipitation, but there's been only light to moderate rainfall since Oct. 1.

Whale of a Tale: Here's the Week in Pictures

A whale of an effort in Nicaragua, blizzard buries Buffalo, Jerusalem mourns slain rabbis, smoke rings in Syria and more.

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Buffalo Gets Battered Again: More Snow Is Expected

Authorities confirmed three more deaths blamed on the storm.

Holt: 'Everything is White Down There'

NBC's Lester Holt flying above Buffalo, New York, shows viewers how the huge snowfall has shutdown the city, streets and even Ralph Wilson stadium, which is scheduled to host an NFL game.

Digging Out in Buffalo

Chris Hazard, who lives in Cheektowaga, about 15 minutes from downtown Buffalo, shows her family digging out from under the 6 feet of snow that surrounded her home.

Aftermath: Aerial Photos Show Force of Buffalo Storm

Buffalo News photographer Derek Gee took to the skies Wednesday to capture the aftermath of a ferocious storm that left Buffalo communities paralyzed.

Aftermath: Aerial Photos Show Force of Buffalo Storm

Buffalo News photographer Derek Gee took to the skies Wednesday to capture the aftermath of a ferocious storm that left Buffalo communities paralyzed.

Gov. Cuomo: My Heart Goes Out to Drivers Stranded on I-90

New York’s Gov. Andrew Cuomo apologizes to driver who were stuck on the state's thruway during the recent snowstorm and commends local law enforcement's handling of the dilemma.

Cuomo: Sunday's Bills Game 'Impractical' Right Now

New York’s Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the priority is on public safety following a massive snowstorm and not encouraging fans to attend an NFL game.

After Snow, Cuomo Focusing On Flooding, Building Collapses

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says his crews are making the proper preparations ahead of a second snowstorm and warmer temperatures in Western New York.

Buffalo Buried Again: Thundersnow Wallops N.Y.

A second wave of lake-effect snow began falling in western and upstate New York on its way to adding three more feet to the already paralyzed region.

Freezing? Blame a Typhoon and Maybe Global Warming

People on the East Coast digging out from feet of snow might be forgiven for wondering: Whatever happened to global warming?

Watch Live: Buffalo Snowstorm

WGRZ-TV live coverage as Western New York deals with huge snowfall totals.

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