By the end of the day Saturday, all roads leading in and out of Sheridan were open, but still wet and slick in some spots.
Most roads stayed open throughout the storm, in both Sheridan and Buffalo, but continue to be wet and slick in some spots.
Some services provided by the National Weather Service were cut off Tuesday with the federal government shutdown, but weather reports continue to be updated to protect life and property. That information comes directly from the weather service web site, which for many during the storm was not easy to access because power was out.
Here at the station, we managed to stay up on the travel and weather updates and relay those reports because of a back-up power generator.
Skies are expected to be sunny, today, throughout Sheridan, Buffalo and surrounding towns, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures will be in the mid 50s for Buffalo and mid-60s for Sheridan, with highs Monday throughout the area reaching the upper 60s and low 70s.