In Buffalo and other parts of Western New York, people are still digging out from the historic and deadly weekend snowstorm.

And there are still safety concerns. Nearly 7 feet of snow pounded Western New York with Buffalo dealing with it's fourth day under feet of snow and bitter cold temperatures.

Even though the snow has stopped there are still threats, with so much snow-weight on the roofs of homes and businesses.

In Orchard Park, snow caused one structure to collapse, it then caught fire.

It's got a lot of people shoveling, not just in front of their homes but on top of them.

Orchard Park's 66 inches in just 24 hours is  now the highest one-day snowfall in New York history.