ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — As of Monday morning, the New York State Thruway is closed from west of Rochester through Pennsylvania.
Additionally, the Thruway Authority announced that I-90 to exit 22 continues to be closed to all traffic.
The Thruway Authority made the announcement Friday afternoon as blowing snow is causing whiteout conditions. So far, seven people have died in Buffalo as a result of the storms.
There is no travel in either direction from Exit 46 (Henrietta) to the PA state line.
Additionally, according to the New York State Department of Transportation, across Western New York, Routes 400, 219, 5, I-190, I-290 from I-90 to I-190, 33, and parts of 78 are closed as crews are clearing snow, ice, and abandoned vehicles.