Livingston County Roads ‘In Good Condition,’ More Snow Expected

A vehicle off the road Tuesday morning with no injuries to the driver. (Photo/Sheriff Dougherty via Twitter)

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – Livingston County’s roads seem to be in good condition under just a few inches of snow, with more on the way.

Livingston County Sheriff Thomas Dougherty updated the public via Twitter that no restrictions or advisories have been issued.

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“The roads really aren’t in bad shape,” tweeted Dougherty. “If you slow your speed, you will be just fine.”

However, WeatherUnderground.com says that there is a near 100 percent chance of precipitation starting at 1 p.m. Tuesday.

All Livingston County schools are closed Tuesday. At SUNY Geneseo, where students are on spring break, only essential employees are called to work.

The National Weather Service still says that 11 to 20 inches are expected Tuesday. Local estimates are lower. Our news partner News10NBC forecasts 5 to 8 inches Tuesday, with more coming Wednesday.

To check the weather yourself, check out Bearcam, our live stream webcam on Main Street Geneseo, here.

(Photo/GeneseeSun.com Bearcam)