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Winter Weather Advisory issued January 23 at 3:42AM EST until January 24 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/23/2017 - 4:42am
...Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 4 PM This Afternoon To10 AM EST Tuesday...The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A Winterweather Advisory For Snow...Which Is In Effect From 4 PM Thisafternoon To 10 AM EST Tuesday. The Winter Storm Watch Is Nolonger In Effect.* Locations...Monroe County.* Timing...Rain Will Change To Snow Late This Afternoon Andcontinue Through Late Tuesday Morning.* Hazards...Snow... Possibly Mixed With Sleet This Evening.* Accumulations...3 To 5 Inches Tonight And Around An Inchtuesday...Leading To Storm Totals Of 3 To 6 Inches.* Winds...Northeast 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph.* Visibilities...As Low As A Half Mile At Times.* Temperatures...Around 40 This Afternoon. Lows In The Lower 30Stonight. In The Lower 30S Tuesday.* Impacts...Wet Snow Will Result In Slick Travel Conditions. Theworst Travel Conditions Are Expected Monday Night Into Tuesdaymorning...Which Will Make For A Slippery Tuesday Morningcommute.
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Winter Weather Advisory issued January 23 at 3:41AM EST until January 24 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/23/2017 - 4:41am
...Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 1 PM This Afternoon To1 PM Tuesday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Winterweather Advisory For Snow And Sleet...Which Is In Effect From 1Pm This Afternoon To 1 PM Tuesday. The Winter Storm Watch Is Nolonger In Effect.* Locations...Luzerne... Lackawanna... Southern Wayne... And Pikecounties In Northeast Pennsylvania As Well As Sullivan County Incentral New York.* Hazard Types...Heavy Wet Snow... Sleet... And Strong Winds.* Accumulations...3 To 5 Inches Of Heavy Wet Snow And Sleet.* Timing...Rain Will Move Into The Area This Morning. The Rainwill Mix With Sleet And Snow Primarily This Afternoon As Colderair Moves Into The Region. Light Freezing Rain May Be Possiblebut Is Not The Main Threat. By This Evening, Most Of The Regionwill Transition To A Wintry Mix Of Snow And Sleet. Thecombination Of Snow And Sleet...Which May Be Heavy At Times,Will Continue Into Tuesday Morning And Possibly Mix Back Withrain.* Impacts...The Wet
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Winter Storm Warning issued January 23 at 3:41AM EST until January 24 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/23/2017 - 4:41am
...Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 1 PM This Afternoon To1 PM Tuesday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Winterstorm Warning For Snow And Sleet...Which Is In Effect From 1 Pmthis Afternoon To 1 PM Tuesday. The Winter Storm Watch Is Nolonger In Effect.* Locations...Central New York And The Northern Tier Ofpennsylvania.* Hazard Types...Heavy Wet Snow... Sleet... And Strong Winds.* Accumulations...4 To 9 Inches Of Heavy Wet Snow And Sleet. Theheaviest Accumulations Will Be Over The Higher Terrain.* Timing...Rain Will Move Into The Area Later This Morning Throughearly Afternoon. The Rain Will Mix With Sleet And Snow Primarilythis Afternoon As Colder Air Moves Into The Region. Lightfreezing Rain May Be Possible But Is Not The Main Threat. Bythis Evening, Most Of The Region Will Transition To A Wintry Mixof Snow And Sleet. The Combination Of Snow And Sleet...Which Maybe Heavy At Times, Will Continue Through Tuesday Morning.* Impacts...The Heavy Wet Snow And Sleet W
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued January 23 at 3:39AM EST until January 24 at 7:00AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Mon, 01/23/2017 - 4:39am
...Wintry Mix This Afternoon Into Tonight......Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect From 1 PM Thisafternoon To 7 AM EST Tuesday...* Locations...Orange And Putnam County In New York...And Westernpassaic In New Jersey.* Hazard Types...Snow...Sleet And Ice.* Accumulations...Snow And Sleet Accumulation Of 2 To 4Inches...Along With Around A Trace Of Ice.* Timing...Mainly Tonight.* Impacts...Snow And Ice Covered Roads. Heavy Wet Snow Combinedwith Strong Winds Could Knock Down Trees Limbs And Power Lines.* Winds...Northeast 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 40 Mph.* Temperatures...In The Lower To Mid 30S.
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UPDATE: I-88 EB is CLOSED and WB is RE-OPENED between Exit 24 and Exit 25 due to a crash in the Town of Duanesburg at 8:00PM-Schenectady Co

Mon, 01/23/2017 - 3:57am
UPDATE: I-88 EB is CLOSED and WB is RE-OPENED between Exit 24 and Exit 25 due to a crash in the Town of Duanesburg at 8:00PM-Schenectady Co
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CLEARED: NY-34 NB/SB @ Turnpike Rd. (Sennett), all lanes now re-opened @ 1:10 AM from an accident @ 9:45 PM, Cayuga County.

Mon, 01/23/2017 - 2:12am
CLEARED: NY-34 NB/SB @ Turnpike Rd. (Sennett), all lanes now re-opened @ 1:10 AM from an accident @ 9:45 PM, Cayuga County. No unusual delays.
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(EXTENSION - time) Special Weather Statement issued January 23 at 12:00AM EST until January 24 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Albany

Mon, 01/23/2017 - 1:00am
...Spotty Freezing Drizzle And Freezing Rain Is Possible Latetonight Across The Higher Terrain Of The Eastern Catskillstaconics And Western New England...Spotty Light Precipitation Will Overspread The Region Thisevening And Overnight. Temperatures Are Expected To Drop To Theupper 20S To Lower 30S Across The Higher Terrain Of The Easterncatskills...Taconics And Western New England Late Tonightresulting In Spotty Freezing Rain And Freezing Drizzle.If You Are Traveling Across This Region Overnight...Please Beaware Of The Possibility Of Rapidly Changing Conditions Due Totemperature Changes And Exercise Caution.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 23 at 12:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/23/2017 - 1:00am
...Areas of Fog tonight...Areas of fog will continue this evening, at times becoming locallydense. Visibilities will be greatly reduced within the fog, attimes to less than a quarter of a mile. If driving tonight beprepared for rapid changes in visibility, slowdown and allow extraspace between you and the vehicle in front. Fog will continueacross this region through Monday morning.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 23 at 12:00AM EST until January 24 at 6:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/23/2017 - 1:00am
...Areas of Fog tonight...Areas of fog will continue this evening, at times becoming locallydense. Visibilities will be greatly reduced within the fog, attimes to less than a quarter of a mile. If driving tonight beprepared for rapid changes in visibility, slowdown and allow extraspace between you and the vehicle in front. Fog will continueacross this region through Monday morning.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 23 at 12:00AM EST until January 24 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Albany

Mon, 01/23/2017 - 1:00am
...Spotty Freezing Drizzle And Freezing Rain Is Possible Latetonight Across The Higher Terrain Of The Eastern Catskillstaconics And Western New England...Spotty Light Precipitation Will Overspread The Region Thisevening And Overnight. Temperatures Are Expected To Drop To Theupper 20S To Lower 30S Across The Higher Terrain Of The Easterncatskills...Taconics And Western New England Late Tonightresulting In Spotty Freezing Rain And Freezing Drizzle.If You Are Traveling Across This Region Overnight...Please Beaware Of The Possibility Of Rapidly Changing Conditions Due Totemperature Changes And Exercise Caution.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 23 at 12:00AM EST until January 24 at 7:00PM EST by NWS Albany

Mon, 01/23/2017 - 1:00am
...Spotty Freezing Drizzle And Freezing Rain Is Possible Latetonight Across The Higher Terrain Of The Eastern Catskillstaconics And Western New England...Spotty Light Precipitation Will Overspread The Region Thisevening And Overnight. Temperatures Are Expected To Drop To Theupper 20S To Lower 30S Across The Higher Terrain Of The Easterncatskills...Taconics And Western New England Late Tonightresulting In Spotty Freezing Rain And Freezing Drizzle.If You Are Traveling Across This Region Overnight...Please Beaware Of The Possibility Of Rapidly Changing Conditions Due Totemperature Changes And Exercise Caution.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 23 at 12:00AM EST until January 24 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/23/2017 - 1:00am
...Areas of Fog tonight...Areas of fog will continue this evening, at times becoming locallydense. Visibilities will be greatly reduced within the fog, attimes to less than a quarter of a mile. If driving tonight beprepared for rapid changes in visibility, slowdown and allow extraspace between you and the vehicle in front. Fog will continueacross this region through Monday morning.
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UPDATE: NY-34 NB/SB @ Turnpike Rd. (Sennett), all lanes remain closed as of 11:45 PM due to accident @ 9:45 PM for up to 2 more hours. Cayuga Co.

Mon, 01/23/2017 - 12:49am
UPDATE: NY-34 NB/SB @ Turnpike Rd. (Sennett), all lanes remain closed as of 11:45 PM due to accident @ 9:45 PM for up to 2 more hours. Cayuga Co.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Storm Watch issued January 22 at 9:58PM EST until January 24 at 6:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Sun, 01/22/2017 - 10:58pm
...Winter Storm Watch Remains In Effect From Monday Eveningthrough Tuesday Afternoon...* Locations...Monroe...Wayne...Northern Cayuga...And Theeastern Lake Ontario Region.* Timing...From Monday Evening Through Early Tuesday Evening.* Hazards...Heavy Snow And Sleet.* Accumulations...Snow Potentially Accumulating 6 To 10 Inches.* Winds...Northeast 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph.* Visibilities...Below A Half Mile At Times.* Impacts...Wet Snow And Sleet Will Result In Slick Travelconditions. The Worst Travel Conditions Are Expected Mondaynight Into Tuesday Morning...With A Significant Impact On Thetuesday Morning Commute Possible.* Forecaster Confidence...Low. Temperatures Will Be Marginallycold Enough For Snow. It Will Only Take A Small Change Inexpected Temperatures To Result In Big Changes To The Snowfallforecast. There Still Remains A Wide Range Of Potenial Snowaccumulations In The Watch Area.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Storm Watch issued January 22 at 9:58PM EST until January 24 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Sun, 01/22/2017 - 10:58pm
...Winter Storm Watch Remains In Effect From Monday Afternoonthrough Tuesday Afternoon...* Locations...Wyoming...Livingston...Ontario...And Alleganycounties.* Timing...From Late Monday Afternoon Through Early Tuesdayafternoon.* Hazards...Heavy Snow.* Accumulations...Snow Potentially Accumulating 6 To 10 Inches.* Visibilities...Below A Half Mile At Times.* Impacts...Wet Snow Will Result In Slick Travel Conditions. Theworst Travel Conditions Are Expected Monday Night...But Thestorm May Impact The Monday Evening And Tuesday Morningcommutes.* Forecaster Confidence...Low. Temperatures Will Be Marginallycold Enough For Snow. It Will Only Take A Small Change Inexpected Temperatures To Result In Big Changes To The Snowfallforecast. There Still Remains A Wide Range Of Potenial Snowaccumulations In The Watch Area.
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NY-34 NB/SB @ Turnpike Rd. (Sennett), all lanes closed due to accident @ 9:45 PM for up to 2 hours. Cayuga Co.

Sun, 01/22/2017 - 10:55pm
NY-34 NB/SB @ Turnpike Rd. (Sennett), all lanes closed due to accident @ 9:45 PM for up to 2 hours. Cayuga Co.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Storm Watch issued January 22 at 8:40PM EST until January 24 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Sun, 01/22/2017 - 9:40pm
...Winter Storm Watch Remains In Effect From Monday Afternoonthrough Tuesday Afternoon...* Locations...Luzerne... Wyoming... Lackawanna... Southernwayne... And Pike Counties In Northeast Pennsylvania As Wellas Sullivan County In Central New York.* Hazard Types...Heavy Wet Snow... Sleet... And Strong Winds.* Accumulations...Potential For 5 To 10 Inches Of Heavy Wet Snowand Sleet. The Heaviest Amounts Will Be Over The Higher Terrainwith Lower Amounts In The Valleys. Light Freezing Rain May Alsobe Possible.* Timing...Rain Will Move Into The Area Early Monday Morning Andtransition Into A Wintry Mix Of Rain...Sleet...And Heavy Wetsnow Throughout The Day As Colder Air Moves Into The Region.Light Freezing Rain May Be Possible But Is Not The Main Threat.By Early Monday Evening...Most Of The Region Will Transition Toa Wintry Mix Of Snow And Sleet. The Combination Of Snow Andsleet...Which May Be Heavy At Times...Will Continue Throughtuesday Afternoon.* Impacts...Heavy Wet Snow And Sleet Will Mak
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Storm Watch issued January 22 at 8:40PM EST until January 24 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Sun, 01/22/2017 - 9:40pm
...Winter Storm Watch Remains In Effect From Monday Afternoonthrough Tuesday Afternoon...* Locations...Central New York And The Northern Tier Ofpennsylvania.* Hazard Types...Heavy Wet Snow... Sleet... And Strong Winds.* Accumulations...Potential For 6 To 12 Inches Of Heavy Wetsnow...And Sleet With Locally Higher Amounts Possible. Theheaviest Accumulations Will Be Over The Higher Terrain Withlower Amounts In The Valleys.* Timing...Rain Will Move Into The Area Early Monday And Become Awintry Mix Of Rain...Snow... And Sleet Periodically Throughoutthe Day As Colder Air Moves Into The Region. Light Freezing Rainmay Be Possible But Is Not The Main Threat. By Early Mondayevening...Most Of The Region Will Transition To A Wintry Mix Ofsnow And Sleet. The Combination Of Snow And Sleet...Which May Beheavy At Times...Will Continue Through Tuesday Afternoon.* Impacts...Heavy Wet Snow And Sleet Will Make Many Roadstreacherous And Travel Very Dangerous. The Storm Will Beaccompanied By Strong Winds Wh
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