Buffalo-snow-Jeremiah-William-1024x768 (1)If you think it’s chilly in Gotham, kwitcherbellyachin’ and put on another sweater: The snow has gotten so bad in Western New York that Gov. Cuomo has called out the troops. “We are deploying the National Guard to ramp up efforts to keep Western New York residents safe and to assist storm recovery efforts in any way possible,” Cuomo said Tuesday as some areas hunkered down for as much as six feet — really — of lake-effect snow. “Travel bans and advisories remain in effect, and I urge drivers to stay off the roads so that our state agencies and the National Guard can assist those that need help.” The National Guard is mobilizing 150 soldiers and airmen for storm duty, according to Cuomo’s office. “Soldiers will come from the 152nd Engineer company in Buffalo and the 827th Engineer Company in Horseheads. Airmen from the 107th Airlift Wing at Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station will also respond,” his office said. More