Motorists should continue to take precautions; many side roads still need plowing and roads may be narrow.
Pittsfield Mayor Linda Tyer said city crews have been working since 3 a.m. on Tuesday.
"It's been a battle to keep the mains open," she wrote on Facebook at about 7 p.m. "Neighborhood streets will be opened up to at least one lane bu the snow won't be pushed all the way back until tomorrow."
Winter parking bans are in effect at least through the morning in many place to allow clearing of snow.
While you're shoveling sidewalks and walkways, don't forget to clear around nearby hydrants and household vents.
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