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Accumulating snow ends between midnight and 2-3am as the Snow Storm Winds Down

Some additional bursts of moderate snowfall are likely through midnight with additional snow accumulations of 1"-3" through 2am.  Snowfall rates will rapidly diminish through early Thursday morning as the snowfall becomes light and intermittent with only a bit of patchy light snow or snow grains persisting beyond daybreak on Thanksgiving.
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Section of Route 11 in Adirondacks washed out

BOLTON -- Public works officials are trying to determine what caused a large section of a road in the eastern Adirondacks to wash away.
Officials in Warren County tell The Post-Star of Glens Falls that a section of Route 11 connecting Route 9N and the Adirondack Northway was washed out in the town of Bolton sometime early Wednesday morning.
Several hundred feet of the north side of the road west of Lake George was washed away. The road remains closed but crews are working to make the other lane passable to one-way traffic, possibly as early as Wednesday afternoon.
Warren County Public Works Superintendent Jeff Tennyson says a beaver dam likely burst and caused the washout. The weather was clear and dry at the time of the washout.
   Information from: The Post-Star,

   AP-WF-06-05-13 1602GMT
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