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Winter Weather Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Niagara
  • Orleans
  • Northern Erie
  • Genesee

Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect From Noon Today To
1 Am Est Wednesday
- Locations All Of The Niagara Frontier.
- Timing From Late This Morning Through Overnight Tonight.
- Hazards Snow And Freezing Rain.
- Accumulations Snow Accumulating An Inch Or Less This Afternoon
And Tonight. Ice Accumulating Up To A Few Hundredths Of An Inch
Late This Afternoon And Up To One Tenth Of An Inch This
Evening Leading To Storm Totals Of Up To One To Two Tenths Of
An Inch.
- Impacts Snow Changing To A Wintry Mix Will Result In Very
Slippery Conditions On Untreated Roads Sidewalks And
Parking Lots. Roads May Be Very Slushy And Slippery For The
Tuesday Evening Commute.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Weather Advisory Is Normally Issued For A Variety Of
Winter Weather Conditions Such As Snow Sleet And Freezing
Rain. While The Weather Will Be Significant The Word Advisory
Implies That Severe Winter Weather Is Not Anticipated.
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 And Ice 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 Weather Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Wyoming
  • Chautauqua
  • Cattaraugus
  • Allegany
  • Southern Erie

Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect From Noon Today To
1 Am Est Wednesday
- Locations All Of The Niagara Frontier And Western Southern
Tier.
- Timing From Late This Morning Through Overnight Tonight.
- Hazards Freezing Rain And Snow.
- Accumulations Snow Accumulating An Inch Or Less This Afternoon
And Tonight. Ice Accumulating One Tenth To One Quarter Of An
Inch This Afternoon And Up To One Quarter Of An Inch
Tonight Leading To Storm Totals Of Up To One Half Of An Inch.
- Impacts Snow Changing To A Wintry Mix Will Result In Very
Slippery Conditions On Untreated Roads Sidewalks And
Parking Lots. Roads May Be Very Slushy And Slippery For The
Tuesday Evening Commute.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Weather Advisory Is Normally Issued For A Variety Of
Winter Weather Conditions Such As Snow Sleet And Freezing
Rain. While The Weather Will Be Significant The Word Advisory
Implies That Severe Winter Weather Is Not Anticipated.
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 And Ice 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 Weather Advisory

The following area is affected:

  • McKean

Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect From 1 Pm This
Afternoon To 4 Am Est Wednesday
- Locations Northwest And West Central Mountains Laurel
Highlands
- Hazard Types Snow And Sleet Changing To Freezing Rain.
- Accumulations Snow And Sleet Accumulation Of Around 1 Inch
Followed By Up To A Tenth Of An Inch Of Ice.
- Timing Snow Will Begin Late This Morning Gradually Mixing
With Sleet This Afternoon. Precipitation Will Change To
Freezing Rain Late In The Afternoon Or Early Evening And
Continue Through Late Tuesday Night.
- Impacts Hazardous Travel Conditions Tuesday Afternoon
Through Early Wednesday Morning. Isolated Power Outages Are
Possible Where The Freezing Rain Is Heaviest.
- Winds South Wind Increasing To 10 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To
30 Mph On The Ridgetops.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Hazardous Winter Weather Conditions Are Expected Or Occurring.
Use 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.

Winter Weather Advisory

The following area is affected:

  • Potter

Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect From 3 Pm This
Afternoon To 7 Am Est Wednesday
- Locations North Central And Endless Mountains.
- Hazard Types Snow Mixing With Sleet And Freezing Rain.
- Accumulations Snow And Sleet Accumulation Of 1 To 3 Inches
Followed By One To Two Tenths Of An Inch Of Ice.
- Timing Snow And Sleet Will Develop By Early This Afternoon And
Mix With Sleet And Freezing Rain By Late This Afternoon Or This
Evening. Patchy Freezing Rain Or Freezing Drizzle Will Persist
Into Early Wednesday Morning.
- Impacts Hazardous Travel. Scattered Power Outages Are
Possible Due To The Weight Of The Ice On Power Lines And Trees.
- Winds Increasing From The South To 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts
Up To 30 Mph On Ridgetops.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Hazardous Winter Weather Conditions Are Expected Or Occurring.
Use 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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