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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Advisory issued December 07 at 2:41PM EST until December 09 at 12:00AM EST by NWS Burlington
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Remains In Effect From Midnighttonight To Midnight EST Thursday Night...* Locations...Southeastern St. Lawrence County.* Hazard Types...Snow.* Accumulations...6 To 8 Inches Of Snow South Of Route 3 And 2 To5 Inches North.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...Up To 1 Inch Per Hour...Mainly Between 9Am And 4 PM Thursday In The Most Persistent Lake Effect Bands.* Timing...Occasional Snow Showers Will Develop By Thursdaymorning With Brief Snow Squalls Possible...Before Tapering Offearly Friday Morning.* Impacts...The Snowfall Will Create Slippery And Snow Coveredroadways.* Winds...Southwest 10 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.* Temperatures...Lows In The 20S. Highs In The Lower 30S.* Visibilities...As Low As A Quarter Mile At Times.
(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued December 07 at 2:25PM EST until December 09 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect From 11 AM Thursdayto 7 AM EST Friday...* Locations...Northern Oneida County.* Accumulations...Total Snow Accumulations Of 6 To 12 Inches,Mainly Late Thursday Afternoon And Thursday Night, And Alsoclose To The Oswego And Lewis County Lines.* Timing...Although Some Snow Showers Are Expected Thursdayafternoon, The Primary Lake-Effect Snow Band Should Move Intothe Region Late In The Day Or Early Thursday Evening, Likelybetween 4 And 8 PM. Snowfall Rates Of 1 To 2 Inches Per Hour Arepossible Late Thursday Night. Steadier And Heavier Lake Snowsshould Shift South Of The Region Friday Morning.* Impacts...The Heavy Snow Will Make Travel Difficult, And Someroads May Become Impassable. Gusty Winds May Result Inconsiderable Blowing And Drifting.* Winds...West 10 To 15 Mph, With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.* Temperatures...In The Mid To Upper 20S.
Location of Discharge: 7804 Shore Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11224, USA Additional Address Info: The Location of Discharge listed above is the nearest address adjacent to the outfall of discharge. Name of Waterbody Affected: Coney Island Creek Description of Discharge: Potential public area(s) impacted: It is unknown whether public areas were impacted Facility name: NYCDEP Coney Island WWTP, Facility ID: NY0026182 Date and Time of Discharge: Oct 21 2016 12:15PM Duration of Discharge: 1152.8 hours unknown. Reason for Discharge: Other: Two 2-family homes located on West St are partially connected to a storm sewer. Volume or Rate of Discharge: 0.56 Gallons Per Minute (Estimated) Treated State of Discharge