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Winter Storm Warning

The following areas are affected:

  • Niagara
  • Orleans

Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 4 Pm This
Afternoon To 7 Pm Est Monday
- Locations Niagara Orleans Monroe And Wayne Counties.
- Timing From Late This Afternoon Through Early Monday Evening.
Heaviest Snow Tonight Through Early Afternoon Monday.
- Hazards Heavy Snow And Blowing Snow.
- Accumulations 4 To 6 Inches Tonight And 6 To 9 Inches
Monday Leading To Storm Totals Of 10 To 15 Inches.
- Winds Northeast 25 To 35 Mph With Gusts Up To 40 Mph
Producing Significant Blowing And Drifting Snow.
- Visibilities Less Than A Quarter Mile At Times.
- Wind Chills Around 10 Below Zero At Times.
- Impacts Steady Moderate To Heavy Snow Will Result In Very
Poor Travel Conditions With Snow Covered Roads And Low
Visibility. Gusty Northeast Winds Will Produce Near Whiteout
Conditions At Times. Very Cold Wind Chills May Result In
Frostbite And Hypothermia For Anyone Not Dressed For The Cold.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Storm Warning Is Issued When Severe Winter Weather Is
Expected. Heavy Snow And/or Ice Will Cause Hazardous Driving
Conditions. If You Will Be Traveling In The Warning Area You
Should Choose An Alternate Route If Possible Or You Should Use
Extreme Caution If Travel Is Unavoidable.
If You Lose Power And Plan On Running A Generator Make Sure
That The Generator Is Located Outdoors And Is Properly
Ventilated. Space Heaters Should Also Be Properly Ventilated And
Used Only If They Are Operating Properly. Make Sure Snow Does Not
Block Exhausts And Fresh Air Intakes For High Efficiency Furnaces
And Water Heaters.
Stay Tuned To Noaa Weather Radio Or Your Favorite Source Of
Weather Information For The Latest Updates. Additional Details
Can Also Be Found At Www.weather.gov/buffalo.
Report Snow Accumulation To The National Weather Service In
Buffalo By Sending An Email To Bufstorm.report@noaa.gov Posting
To The Nws Buffalo Facebook Page Or Tweet Using The Hashtag
Bufwx

Winter Storm Warning

The following areas are affected:

  • Northern Erie
  • Genesee
  • Wyoming
  • Southern Erie

Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect Until 4 Pm Est Monday
- Locations Erie Genesee Wyoming Livingston And
Ontario Counties.
- Timing Through Late Monday Afternoon. Heaviest Snow Tonight
Through The First Half Of Monday.
- Hazards Heavy Snow And Blowing Snow.
- Accumulations An Inch Or Less Today 4 To 6 Inches
Tonight And 4 To 6 Inches Monday Leading To Storm Totals
Of 8 To 12 Inches.
- Winds Northeast 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts To 35 Mph Producing
Some Blowing And Drifting Snow.
- Visibilities As Low As A Quarter Mile At Times.
- Wind Chills As Low As 10 Below Zero At Times.
- Impacts Steady Moderate To Heavy Snow Will Result In Very
Poor Travel Conditions With Snow Covered Roads And Low
Visibility. Very Cold Wind Chills May Result In Frostbite And
Hypothermia For Anyone Not Dressed For The Cold.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Storm Warning Is Issued When Severe Winter Weather Is
Expected. Heavy Snow And/or Ice Will Cause Hazardous Driving
Conditions. If You Will Be Traveling In The Warning Area You
Should Choose An Alternate Route If Possible Or You Should Use
Extreme Caution If Travel Is Unavoidable.
If You Lose Power And Plan On Running A Generator Make Sure
That The Generator Is Located Outdoors And Is Properly
Ventilated. Space Heaters Should Also Be Properly Ventilated And
Used Only If They Are Operating Properly. Make Sure Snow Does Not
Block Exhausts And Fresh Air Intakes For High Efficiency Furnaces
And Water Heaters.
Stay Tuned To Noaa Weather Radio Or Your Favorite Source Of
Weather Information For The Latest Updates. Additional Details
Can Also Be Found At Www.weather.gov/buffalo.
Report Snow Accumulation To The National Weather Service In
Buffalo By Sending An Email To Bufstorm.report@noaa.gov Posting
To The Nws Buffalo Facebook Page Or Tweet Using The Hashtag
Bufwx

Winter Storm Warning

The following areas are affected:

  • Chautauqua
  • Cattaraugus
  • Allegany

Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect Until 4 Pm Est Monday
- Locations Chautauqua Cattaraugus And Allegany Counties.
- Timing Through Late Monday Afternoon. Heaviest Snow From
Late This Afternoon Through Monday Morning.
- Hazards Heavy Snow.
- Accumulations 1 To 2 Inches Today 5 To 8 Inches Tonight
And 2 To 4 Inches Monday Leading To Storm Totals Of 8 To 13
Inches.
- Winds Northeast 15 To 25 Mph Producing Some Blowing And
Drifting Snow.
- Visibilities As Low As A Quarter Mile At Times.
- Wind Chills As Low As 10 Below Zero At Times.
- Impacts Steady Moderate To Heavy Snow Will Result In Very
Poor Travel Conditions With Snow Covered Roads And Low
Visibility. Very Cold Wind Chills May Result In Frostbite And
Hypothermia For Anyone Not Dressed For The Cold.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Storm Warning Is Issued When Severe Winter Weather Is
Expected. Heavy Snow And/or Ice Will Cause Hazardous Driving
Conditions. If You Will Be Traveling In The Warning Area You
Should Choose An Alternate Route If Possible Or You Should Use
Extreme Caution If Travel Is Unavoidable.
If You Lose Power And Plan On Running A Generator Make Sure
That The Generator Is Located Outdoors And Is Properly
Ventilated. Space Heaters Should Also Be Properly Ventilated And
Used Only If They Are Operating Properly. Make Sure Snow Does Not
Block Exhausts And Fresh Air Intakes For High Efficiency Furnaces
And Water Heaters.
Stay Tuned To Noaa Weather Radio Or Your Favorite Source Of
Weather Information For The Latest Updates. Additional Details
Can Also Be Found At Www.weather.gov/buffalo.
Report Snow Accumulation To The National Weather Service In
Buffalo By Sending An Email To Bufstorm.report@noaa.gov Posting
To The Nws Buffalo Facebook Page Or Tweet Using The Hashtag
Bufwx

Winter Storm Warning

The following areas are affected:

  • McKean
  • Potter

Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 9 Am This Morning
To 1 Pm Est Monday
- Locations The Northern Mountains Of Pennsylvania.
- Hazard Types Heavy Snow And Some Freezing Rain.
- Snow Accumulations 6 To 10 Inches.
- Ice Accumulations Around A Trace.
- Timing Patchy Light Snow Will Develop Across The Area Later
This Morning And Afternoon And Is Not Expected To Become
Steadier And Heavier Until After Dark. Snow Will Increase This
Evening And Continue Heavy At Times Overnight With A Period Of
Freezing Rain Or Sleet Possible Monday Morning.
- Period Of Heaviest Snow Late Sunday Evening Through Early
Monday Morning.
- Impacts Hazardous Travel Due To Snow Covered Roads.
- Winds Northeast 5 To 10 Mph With Gusts Up To 20 Mph.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Dangerous Winter Weather Conditions Are Expected Or Occurring.
Use Extreme Caution If Traveling. For The Latest Weather
Information Go To Weather.gov/statecollege Or Monitor Noaa
Weather Radio.
Report Snow Or Ice Accumulation To The National Weather Service
State College By Sending An Email To Ctp.stormreports@noaa.gov
Posting To The Nws State College Facebook Page Or Tweet
@nwsstatecollege With The Hashtag C T P W X.

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