The winter wonderland surrounding two of Rhode Island's largest cities turned into a potential driving nightmare in early February. Cranston and Warwick, R.I., ran out of snow-removal money with two months of winter left in the calendar, according to local television news station WPRI. A series of snowstorms drained the cities' snow removal budgets — $400,000 for Warwick and $440,000 in Cranston — forcing officials to rearrange their funds and, in Cranston's case, cut services to free up extra cash to keep the streets clear. “As the season moves, when we get into February and March, and we start calculating, and we find out what the governor is going to do, then we may have to enact some very, very swift and sharp moves,” Robin Schutt, spokesperson for Cranston Mayor Allan Fung, told WPRI.