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As storm bears down, shoppers stock up

Shoppers at the Niskayuna Coop in Niskayuna, load their groceries into the trunk of their car Tuesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Shoppers at the Niskayuna Coop in Niskayuna, load their groceries into the trunk of their car Tuesday.
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There’s good news and bad news. Wednesday’s snowstorm is expected to bring the usual winter inconveniences: sloppy roads, slow commutes, low visibility and parking restrictions on some local roads. The good news is the snowfall should begin tapering off in the afternoon before ending completely this evening, giving road crews enough time to clear the roads for evening commutes, said National Weather Service meteorologist Brian Montgomery. “And we have no snow in the forecast for ...


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