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More Dramatic Photos Emerge From Deadly NY Snowstorm

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday morning that no more motorists were stranded on streets, but described a "massive problem" of hundreds of abandoned cars still on the roads.

The Buffalo area in Western New York was bracing for 3 more feet of snow after being pounded by a severe weather system for a third day that may leave some areas with nearly 8 feet on the ground when it's all done.

The storm has been blamed for at least thirteen deaths, NBC News reported.

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday morning that no more motorists were stranded on streets, but described a "massive problem" of hundreds of abandoned cars still on the roads.

The Buffalo Bills were scheduled to host an NFL game Sunday against the New York Jets, however 4 feet of snow fell on the team's stadium in Orchard Park. It was announced Thursday that the game would be held Monday night in Detroit.

Cuomo had said it would be "impractical" to hold the game at the Bills' stadium.

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More dramatic photos from the snowstorm have emerged:

WATCH: Majestic Time-lapse of Lake Erie Snow WallWATCH: Majestic Time-lapse of Lake Erie Snow WallWatch an incredible time-lapse video of a wall of snow covering Lake Erie in Buffalo, New York. The video was taken from the One Seneca Tower in downtown Buffalo Nov. 18. (CREDIT: Joseph De Benedictis and Jason Holler) (Published Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014)

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