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(CONTINUATION) Winter Storm Warning issued February 15 at 3:33PM EST until February 17 at 1:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 4:33pm
...Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 7 PM This Eveningto 1 AM EST Wednesday...* Locations...Wayne...Northern Cayuga...Oswego...And Lewiscounties.* Timing...Snow Will Develop This Evening Before Changing Tomainly Rain During The Day Tuesday. Precipitation Will Endwith Another Burst Of Snow Tuesday Evening Before Endingovernight Tuesday Night.* Hazards...Heavy Snow Changing To Rain Which May Be Heavy Attimes Tuesday. Areas Of Freezing Rain And Sleet Also Possibleduring The Transition From Snow To Rain.* Snow Accumulations...Snow Accumulating 4 To 7 Inches Tonight...Then Little To No Accumulation Where Precipitation Changes Torain On Tuesday With Some 2 To 4 Inches Snow Accumulationspossible Over Western Wayne County. Then Another 2 To 5 Inchestuesday Night As Precipitation Changes Back To Snow. Stormtotal Snow Amounts Will Range From 6 To 12 Inches.* Ice Accumulations...Storm Totals Amounts Of A Tenth To Aquarter Of An Inch.* Winds...South 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph.*
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Storm Warning issued February 15 at 3:33PM EST until February 17 at 1:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 4:33pm
...Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 10 PM This Eveningto 1 AM EST Wednesday...* Locations...Jefferson County.* Timing...Snow Will Develop Overnight Before Changing To Mainlyrain During The Day Tuesday. Freezing Rain Will Persisttuesday Over The Saint Lawrence River Valley In Northernjefferson County. Precipitation Will End With Another Burst Ofsnow Tuesday Evening Before Ending Overnight Tuesday Night.* Hazards...Heavy Snow...With Significant Ice Accumulationsfrom Freezing Rain In Northern Jefferson County Along Thesaint Lawrence River Valley.* Snow Accumulations...Snow Accumulating 3 To 5 Inchesovernight...3 To 5 Inches Tuesday...And 3 To 5 Inches Tuesdaynight...Leading To Storm Totals Of 6 To 11 Inches.* Ice Accumulations...Storm Totals Of A Half Inch To An Inchacross Northern Jefferson County In The Saint Lawrence Rivervalley.* Winds...East 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph.* Visibilities...As Low As A Quarter Mile At Times In The Heavysnow.* Impacts...Heavy Snow Mixed
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 15 at 3:32PM EST until February 16 at 7:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 4:32pm
...Heavy Rain And Flooding Possible On Tuesday...A Moisture Rich Area Of Low Pressure Will Move Through New Yorkon Tuesday And Bring A Period Of Heavy Precipitation. Snow Willoverspread The Area Tonight And Change To Rain By Early Tuesdaybefore Changing Back To Snow By Early Tuesday Evening. The Rainwill Be Heavy At Times Tuesday. Rainfall Amounts Of 1.5 To2 Inches Are Possible.Rising Water Levels On Creeks And Rivers May Result In The Breakupof Ice That Developed Following The Bitterly Cold Temperatureslast Weekend. This Has The Potential To Produce A Few Ice Jams.There Remains Some Uncertainty As To How Much Precipitation Willfall As Snow And Wintry Mix Versus Rain. A Greater Amount Ofwintry Precipitation Would Reduce The Flooding Risk....Flood Watch Remains In Effect From Tuesday Morning Throughtuesday Evening...The Flood Watch Continues For* Portions Of Central And Western New York...Including Thefollowing In Central ...New York...Jefferson...Lewis...Northern Cayuga And Oswego. In
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 15 at 3:32PM EST until February 17 at 1:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 4:32pm
...Heavy Rain And Flooding Possible On Tuesday...A Moisture Rich Area Of Low Pressure Will Move Through New Yorkon Tuesday And Bring A Period Of Heavy Precipitation. Snow Willoverspread The Area Tonight And Change To Rain By Early Tuesdaybefore Changing Back To Snow By Early Tuesday Evening. The Rainwill Be Heavy At Times Tuesday. Rainfall Amounts Of 1.5 To2 Inches Are Possible.Rising Water Levels On Creeks And Rivers May Result In The Breakupof Ice That Developed Following The Bitterly Cold Temperatureslast Weekend. This Has The Potential To Produce A Few Ice Jams.There Remains Some Uncertainty As To How Much Precipitation Willfall As Snow And Wintry Mix Versus Rain. A Greater Amount Ofwintry Precipitation Would Reduce The Flooding Risk....Flood Watch Remains In Effect From Tuesday Morning Throughtuesday Evening...The Flood Watch Continues For* Portions Of Central And Western New York...Including Thefollowing In Central ...New York...Jefferson...Lewis...Northern Cayuga And Oswego. In
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued February 15 at 2:55PM EST until February 16 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 3:55pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Esttuesday...* Locations...Much Of Central New York... And All Of Northeastpennsylvania.* Hazard Types...Snow...Freezing Rain And Sleet.* Accumulations...Snow Accumulation Of 1 To 4 Inches...Along Withless Than A Tenth Of An Inch Of Ice.* Timing...Light Snow Is Expected To Develop This Evening Overnortheast Pennsylvania And Sullivan County New York And Spreadnorthward. Steady Snow Will Mix With Rain...Freezing Rain Slightlybefore Midnight And Last Through Much Of The Night. A Transitionto Rain Is Then Anticipated Near Sunrise... As Temperaturesclimb Above Freezing.* Impacts...Slippery Travel Conditions Late This Afternoon Andtonight On Untreated Surfaces.* Winds...Southeast 5 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.* Temperatures...Around 30.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued February 15 at 2:55PM EST until February 16 at 7:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 3:55pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 7 PM Esttuesday...* Locations...The Western And Northern Finger Lakes Regions Ofcentral New York.* Hazard Types...Snow And Freezing Rain.* Accumulations...Snow Accumulation Of 4 To 6 Inches...Along Witharound A Tenth Of An Inch Of Ice.* Timing...Snow Will Move Into The Area This Evening. Snow Mayfall Heavily At Times Tonight Before Mixing To Sleet... Freezingrain Early Tuesday Morning. Precipitation Will Transition Backto Snow Tuesday Evening... Before Tapering Off.* Impacts...Hazardous Travel Conditions On Untreated Surfaces. Thecombination Of Snow... Ice... And Gusty Winds Could Also Causeisolated Power Outages.* Winds...South 5 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.* Temperatures...In The Lower 30S.
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CLEARED: Route 33 westbound has reopened at Route 198 at 2:40 PM after closure due to earlier accident., Erie County.

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 3:55pm
CLEARED: Route 33 westbound has reopened at Route 198 at 2:40 PM after closure due to earlier accident., Erie County.
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CLEARED: Disabled Vehicle N/B RFK Bridge cleared as of 1:46pm. Queens Co.

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 2:51pm
Delays are back to 94th Street.
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CLEARED: Disabled Vehicle E/B Verrazano Bridge Upper Level cleared as of 1:24pm. Richmond Co.

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 2:26pm
Delays are confined to the immediate area.
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CLEARED: Rte 31 Brockport Spencerport Rd is closed until further notice between Gallup Rd and Campbell St in the Town of Brockport County of Monroe

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 2:22pm
CLEARED: Rte 31 Brockport Spencerport Rd is closed until further notice between Gallup Rd and Campbell St in the Town of Brockport County of Monroe
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Flood Watch issued February 15 at 12:48PM EST until February 16 at 7:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 1:48pm
...Heavy Rain And Flooding Possible On Tuesday...A Moisture Rich Area Of Low Pressure Will Move Through New York Ontuesday And Bring A Period Of Heavy Precipitation. Snow Willoverspread The Area Tonight And Change To Rain By Early Tuesdaybefore Changing Back To Snow By Early Tuesday Evening. The Rainwill Be Heavy At Times Tuesday. Rainfall Amounts Of 1.5 To 2Inches Are Possible.There Remains Some Uncertainty As To How Much Precipitation Willfall As Snow And Wintry Mix Versus Rain. A Greater Amount Ofwintry Precipitation Would Reduce The Flooding Risk....Flood Watch In Effect From Tuesday Morning Through Tuesdayevening...The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A* Flood Watch For Portions Of Central And Western New York...Including The Following Counties. Jefferson...Lewis...Northerncayuga...Oswego...Ontario And Wayne.* From Tuesday Morning Through Tuesday Evening.* Snow Will Develop Tonight And Then Change To Rain Early Tuesdaymorning Before Changing Back To Snow By Early Tue
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Flood Watch issued February 15 at 12:48PM EST until February 16 at 7:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 1:48pm
...Heavy Rain And Flooding Possible On Tuesday...A Moisture Rich Area Of Low Pressure Will Move Through New York Ontuesday And Bring A Period Of Heavy Precipitation. Snow Willoverspread The Area Tonight And Change To Rain By Early Tuesdaybefore Changing Back To Snow By Early Tuesday Evening. The Rainwill Be Heavy At Times Tuesday. Rainfall Amounts Of 1.5 To 2Inches Are Possible.There Remains Some Uncertainty As To How Much Precipitation Willfall As Snow And Wintry Mix Versus Rain. A Greater Amount Ofwintry Precipitation Would Reduce The Flooding Risk....Flood Watch In Effect From Tuesday Morning Through Tuesdayevening...The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A* Flood Watch For Portions Of Central And Western New York...Including The Following Counties. Jefferson...Lewis...Northerncayuga...Oswego...Ontario And Wayne.* From Tuesday Morning Through Tuesday Evening.* Snow Will Develop Tonight And Then Change To Rain Early Tuesdaymorning Before Changing Back To Snow By Early Tue
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Flood Watch issued February 15 at 12:48PM EST until February 17 at 1:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 1:48pm
...Heavy Rain And Flooding Possible On Tuesday...A Moisture Rich Area Of Low Pressure Will Move Through New York Ontuesday And Bring A Period Of Heavy Precipitation. Snow Willoverspread The Area Tonight And Change To Rain By Early Tuesdaybefore Changing Back To Snow By Early Tuesday Evening. The Rainwill Be Heavy At Times Tuesday. Rainfall Amounts Of 1.5 To 2Inches Are Possible.There Remains Some Uncertainty As To How Much Precipitation Willfall As Snow And Wintry Mix Versus Rain. A Greater Amount Ofwintry Precipitation Would Reduce The Flooding Risk....Flood Watch In Effect From Tuesday Morning Through Tuesdayevening...The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A* Flood Watch For Portions Of Central And Western New York...Including The Following Counties. Jefferson...Lewis...Northerncayuga...Oswego...Ontario And Wayne.* From Tuesday Morning Through Tuesday Evening.* Snow Will Develop Tonight And Then Change To Rain Early Tuesdaymorning Before Changing Back To Snow By Early Tue
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(EXTENSION - time, area) Winter Storm Warning issued February 15 at 12:44PM EST until February 17 at 1:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 1:44pm
...Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 7 PM This Evening To 1 Amest Wednesday...The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A Winter Stormwarning For Heavy Snow And Some Freezing Rain...Which Is Ineffect From 7 PM This Evening To 1 AM EST Wednesday.* Locations...Wayne...Northern Cayuga...Oswego...And Lewiscounties.* Timing...Snow Will Develop This Evening Before Changing Tomainly Rain During The Day Tuesday. Precipitation Will End Withanother Burst Of Snow Tuesday Evening Before Ending Overnighttuesday Night.* Hazards...Heavy Snow Changing To Rain Which May Be Heavy Attimes Tuesday. Areas Of Freezing Rain And Sleet Also Possibleduring The Transition From Snow To Rain.* Snow Accumulations...Snow Accumulating 4 To 7 Inchestonight...Then Little To No Accumulation Where Precipitationchanges To Rain On Tuesday With Some 2 To 4 Inches Snowaccumulations Possible Over Western Wayne County. Then Another 2To 5 Inches Tuesday Night As Precipitation Changes Back To Snow.Storm Total Snow Amo
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(EXTENSION - time, area) Winter Storm Warning issued February 15 at 12:44PM EST until February 17 at 1:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 1:44pm
...Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 10 PM This Evening To 1 Amest Wednesday...The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A Winter Stormwarning For Heavy Snow And Freezing Rain...Which Is In Effectfrom 10 PM This Evening To 1 AM EST Wednesday.* Locations...Jefferson County.* Timing...Snow Will Develop Overnight Before Changing To Mainlyrain During The Day Tuesday. Freezing Rain Will Persist Tuesdayover The Saint Lawrence River Valley In Northern Jeffersoncounty. Precipitation Will End With Another Burst Of Snowtuesday Evening Before Ending Overnight Tuesday Night.* Hazards...Heavy Snow... With Significant Ice Accumulations Fromfreezing Rain In Northern Jefferson County Along The Saintlawrence River Valley.* Snow Accumulations...Snow Accumulating 3 To 5 Inchesovernight...3 To 5 Inches Tuesday...And 3 To 5 Inches Tuesdaynight... Leading To Storm Totals Of 6 To 11 Inches.* Ice Accumulations...Storm Totals Of A Half Inch To An Inchacross Northern Jefferson County In The Saint Law
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued February 15 at 12:12PM EST until February 16 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 1:12pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect From 5 PM Thisafternoon To 7 AM EST Tuesday...* Locations...Much Of Central New York... And All Of Northeastpennsylvania.* Hazard Types...Snow And Freezing Rain.* Accumulations...Snow Accumulation Of 2 To 4 Inches...Alongwith Up To A Tenth Of An Inch Ice.* Timing...Light Snow Is Expected To Develop Today Overnortheast Pennsylvania And Sullivan County New York And Spreadnorthward Into Central New York. Steady Snow Will Mix Withrain And Freezing Rain Later This Evening. A Transition Toplain Rain Is Then Anticipated After Midnight... Astemperatures Climb Above Freezing.* Impacts...Slippery Travel Conditions Late Monday Afternoon Andmonday Night On Untreated Surfaces.* Winds...Southeast 5 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.* Temperatures...Rising Into The 30S By Tuesday Morning.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued February 15 at 12:12PM EST until February 16 at 7:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 1:12pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect From 5 PM Thisafternoon To 7 PM EST Tuesday...* Locations...The Western And Northern Finger Lakes Regions Ofcentral New York... Along With The Southern Tug Hill Plateau.* Hazard Types...Snow And Freezing Rain.* Accumulations...Snow Accumulation Of 4 To 8 Inches...Especially Over The Far Western Parts Of The Counties...Alongwith Around A Trace Of Ice.* Timing...Snow Will Move Into The Area Late This Afternoon Andevening. Snow Could Fall Heavily At Times Tonight Beforemixing With And Changing To Sleet And Freezing Rain Latetonight And Early Tuesday. Precipitation Should Become Allsnow Again Later Tuesday... Before Tapering Off.* Impacts...Hazardous Travel Conditions On Untreated Surfaces.The Combination Of Snow... Ice... And Gusty Winds Could Alsocause Sporadic Power Outages.* Winds...South 5 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.* Temperatures...Around 30.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued February 15 at 12:02PM EST until February 16 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Albany

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 1:02pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 10 AM Esttuesday...* Locations...The Eastern Catskills...Greater Capital District...Taconics...Mid Hudson Valley...The Berkshires And Thelitchfield Hills.* Hazard Types...Freezing Rain...Sleet And Snow.* Accumulations...Snow Accumulation Of 1 To 4 Inches...Along Witha Tenth To A Quarter Of An Inch Of Ice.* Timing...Snow Will Develop From South To North This Afternoonand Transition To Sleet And Freezing Rain Late This Eveningbefore Changing To Rain Tuesday Morning.* Impacts...Hazardous Travel Conditions Especially Monday Nightinto Early Tuesday Morning. Isolated Power Outages Where Thereis A Combination Of Ice Accretion And Gusty Winds.* Winds...Southeast 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph.* Temperatures...Rising From The Teens And 20S Today Into The 30Sand 40S To Perhaps Lower 50S On Tuesday.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued February 15 at 12:02PM EST until February 16 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Albany

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 1:02pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 1 PM Esttuesday...* Locations...The Mohawk Valley...Lake George Saratoga Region...Southeast Adirondacks And Southern Vermont.* Hazard Types...Freezing Rain...Sleet And Snow.* Accumulations...Snow Accumulation Of 2 To 5 Inches...Along Witha Tenth To A Quarter Of An Inch Of Ice.* Timing...Snow Will Develop From South To North This Afternoonand Transition To Sleet And Freezing Rain Late Tonight Beforechanging To Rain Tuesday Morning.* Impacts...Hazardous Travel Conditions Especially Monday Nightinto Tuesday Morning. Isolated Power Outages Where There Is Acombination Of Ice Accretion And Gusty Winds.* Winds...Southeast 5 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.* Temperatures...In The Teens And 20S Today Rising Into The 30Sand 40S On Tuesday.
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Winter Storm Warning issued February 15 at 12:02PM EST until February 16 at 4:00PM EST by NWS Albany

Mon, 02/15/2016 - 1:02pm
...Winter Storm Warning In Effect Until 4 PM EST Tuesday...The National Weather Service In Albany Has Issued A Winter Stormwarning For Heavy Snow...Sleet And Freezing Rain...Which Is Ineffect Until 4 PM EST Tuesday. The Winter Storm Watch Is No Longerin Effect.* Locations...Western Adirondacks.* Hazard Types...Heavy Snow.* Accumulations...Snow Accumulation Of 5 To 12 Inches...Along Withup To A Quarter Of An Inch Of Ice.* Timing...Snow Will Develop This Afternoon And Become Heavytonight...Changing To Freezing Rain And Sleet Tuesdaymorning...Before Changing To Rain And Then Back To Snow Tuesdayafternoon.* Impacts...Hazardous Travel Conditions And Isolated Power Outages.* Winds...South 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 35 Mph.* Temperatures...Rising From The Teens And 20S Today Into Thelower 30S Late Tonight And Into The Lower 40S For A Brief Timeon Tuesday.
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