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CLEARED: W/B Goethals Bridge all lanes cleared at 6:20PM due to a earlier Disabled Vehicle, Richmond Co.

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:21pm
Delays are back to NY 440/West Shore Expy.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 6:15PM EST until January 07 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:15pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday...A Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday. A Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 Amwednesday To Noon EST Thursday.* Locations...Southwestern Saint Lawrence County In Northern Newyork.* Hazard Types...Locally Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Dangerouslow Wind Chill Values.* Accumulations...4 To 8 Inches Of Snow...With Locally Higheramounts Of 8 To 12 Inches.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...1 To 2 Inches Per Hour...Mainly Thisevening Through Midnight.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Is Expected To Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning.Wind Chill Values Will Drop Below 20 Below By Mid Morningwednesday...And Range From 25 To 35 Below Wednesday Eveningthrough Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Develop Thisevening And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesd
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 6:15PM EST until January 08 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:15pm
...Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday...The National Weather Service In Burlington Continues The Windchill Warning...From 10 AM Wednesday To Noon EST Thursday.* Locations...Northern St. Lawrence County.* Hazard Types...Dangerously Cold Wind Chills.* Wind Chill Readings...Generally 25 To 35 Below. This Will Beowing To Temperatures Falling Below Zero Wednesday Afternoonand Night...Along With Westerly Winds 15 To 25 Mph With Gustsup To 35 Mph During Wednesday Afternoon.* Timing...Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Will Develop Acrossnorthern New York During The Mid To Late Morning Hourswednesday. The Dangerously Low Wind Chills Will Continuethrough Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Wind Chills Of This Magnitude Are Capable Ofdeveloping Frostbite On Exposed Skin In Less Than 15 Minutes.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 6:15PM EST until January 08 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:15pm
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday...The National Weather Service In Burlington Continues The Lakeeffect Snow Advisory...Until 7 AM EST Wednesday.* Locations...Southeastern Saint Lawrence County In Northern New York.* Hazard Types...Locally Heavy Lake Effect Snow.* Accumulations...3 To 7 Inches Of Snow.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...Up To 1 Inch Per Hour...Mainlyovernight Tonight Into Early Wednesday Morning.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Is Expected To Develop This Eveningand Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning. Windchill Values Will Drop Below 20 Below By Mid Morningwednesday...And Range From 25 To 35 Below Wednesday Eveningthrough Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesdaymorning... Along With Reduced Visibilities And Blowing Anddrifting Of Snow. Dangerously Low Wind Chills
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued January 06 at 6:15PM EST until January 07 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:15pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday...A Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday. A Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 Amwednesday To Noon EST Thursday.* Locations...Southwestern Saint Lawrence County In Northern Newyork.* Hazard Types...Locally Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Dangerouslow Wind Chill Values.* Accumulations...4 To 8 Inches Of Snow...With Locally Higheramounts Of 8 To 12 Inches.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...1 To 2 Inches Per Hour...Mainly Thisevening Through Midnight.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Is Expected To Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning.Wind Chill Values Will Drop Below 20 Below By Mid Morningwednesday...And Range From 25 To 35 Below Wednesday Eveningthrough Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Develop Thisevening And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesd
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Advisory issued January 06 at 6:15PM EST until January 08 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:15pm
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday...The National Weather Service In Burlington Continues The Lakeeffect Snow Advisory...Until 7 AM EST Wednesday.* Locations...Southeastern Saint Lawrence County In Northern New York.* Hazard Types...Locally Heavy Lake Effect Snow.* Accumulations...3 To 7 Inches Of Snow.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...Up To 1 Inch Per Hour...Mainlyovernight Tonight Into Early Wednesday Morning.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Is Expected To Develop This Eveningand Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning. Windchill Values Will Drop Below 20 Below By Mid Morningwednesday...And Range From 25 To 35 Below Wednesday Eveningthrough Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesdaymorning... Along With Reduced Visibilities And Blowing Anddrifting Of Snow. Dangerously Low Wind Chills
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued January 06 at 6:15PM EST until January 08 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:15pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect From 9 AM To 3 Pmest Wednesday......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday...A Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday. A Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effectfrom 9 AM To 3 PM EST Wednesday.* Accumulations...1 To 3 Inches Of Snow...With Localized Totalsto 4 Inches Mainly Across Central And Eastern Vermont.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...1 Inch In 15 To 20 Minutes With Snowsqualls.* Locations...The Adirondacks Of Northern New York...Thechamplain Valley...And All Of Central And Eastern Vermont.* Hazard Types...Snow Squalls Midday Hours Wednesday.Dangerously Cold Wind Chills.* Wind Chill Readings...Generally 25 To 35 Below...And Locallyas Low As 40 Below In The Northeast Kingdom Of Vermont. Thiswill Be Owing To Temperatures Falling Below Zero Wednesdayafternoon And Night...Along With Westerly Winds 15 To 25 Mphwith Gusts Up To 35 Mph During Wednesday Afternoon.* Timing.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued January 06 at 6:02PM EST until January 07 at 3:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:02pm
...Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 9 AM To 3 PM Estwednesday......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday...* Accumulations...1 To 3 Inches Of Snow...With Localized Totalsto 4 Inches Mainly Across Central And Eastern Vermont.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...1 Inch In 15 To 20 Minutes With Snowsqualls.* Locations...The Adirondacks Of Northern New York...Thechamplain Valley...And All Of Central And Eastern Vermont.* Hazard Types...Snow Squalls Midday Hours Wednesday. Dangerouslycold Wind Chills.* Wind Chill Readings...Generally 25 To 35 Below...And Locallyas Low As 40 Below In The Northeast Kingdom Of Vermont. Thiswill Be Owing To Temperatures Falling Below Zero Wednesdayafternoon And Night...Along With Westerly Winds 15 To 25 Mphwith Gusts Up To 35 Mph During Wednesday Afternoon.* Timing...An Arctic Cold Front Will Bring A Line Of Snow Squallsthrough The North Country Beginning 9 To 10 AM Across Northernnew York...Around Noon In The Champlain Valley
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Advisory issued January 06 at 6:02PM EST until January 08 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:02pm
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday...The National Weather Service In Burlington Continues The Lakeeffect Snow Advisory...Until 7 AM EST Wednesday.* Locations...Southeastern Saint Lawrence County In Northern Newyork.* Hazard Types...Locally Heavy Lake Effect Snow.* Accumulations...3 To 7 Inches Of Snow.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...Up To 1 Inch Per Hour...Mainlyovernight Tonight Into Early Wednesday Morning.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Is Expected To Develop This Evening Andcontinue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning. Wind Chillvalues Will Drop Below 20 Below By Mid Morning Wednesday...Andrange From 25 To 35 Below Wednesday Evening Through Thursdaymorning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesdaymorning... Along With Reduced Visibilities And Blowing Anddrifting Of Snow. Dangerously Low Wind Chills
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued January 06 at 6:02PM EST until January 07 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:02pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday...A Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday. A Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 Amwednesday To Noon EST Thursday.* Locations...Southwestern Saint Lawrence County In Northern Newyork.* Hazard Types...Locally Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Dangerouslow Wind Chill Values.* Accumulations...4 To 8 Inches Of Snow...With Locally Higheramounts Of 8 To 12 Inches.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...1 To 2 Inches Per Hour...Mainly Thisevening Through Midnight.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Is Expected To Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning.Wind Chill Values Will Drop Below 20 Below By Mid Morningwednesday...And Range From 25 To 35 Below Wednesday Eveningthrough Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Develop This Evening Andcontinue Overnight Into Early Wedne
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 6:02PM EST until January 07 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:02pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday...A Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday. A Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 Amwednesday To Noon EST Thursday.* Locations...Southwestern Saint Lawrence County In Northern Newyork.* Hazard Types...Locally Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Dangerouslow Wind Chill Values.* Accumulations...4 To 8 Inches Of Snow...With Locally Higheramounts Of 8 To 12 Inches.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...1 To 2 Inches Per Hour...Mainly Thisevening Through Midnight.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Is Expected To Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning.Wind Chill Values Will Drop Below 20 Below By Mid Morningwednesday...And Range From 25 To 35 Below Wednesday Eveningthrough Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Develop This Evening Andcontinue Overnight Into Early Wedne
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 6:02PM EST until January 07 at 3:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:02pm
...Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 9 AM To 3 PM Estwednesday......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday...* Accumulations...1 To 3 Inches Of Snow...With Localized Totalsto 4 Inches Mainly Across Central And Eastern Vermont.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...1 Inch In 15 To 20 Minutes With Snowsqualls.* Locations...The Adirondacks Of Northern New York...Thechamplain Valley...And All Of Central And Eastern Vermont.* Hazard Types...Snow Squalls Midday Hours Wednesday. Dangerouslycold Wind Chills.* Wind Chill Readings...Generally 25 To 35 Below...And Locallyas Low As 40 Below In The Northeast Kingdom Of Vermont. Thiswill Be Owing To Temperatures Falling Below Zero Wednesdayafternoon And Night...Along With Westerly Winds 15 To 25 Mphwith Gusts Up To 35 Mph During Wednesday Afternoon.* Timing...An Arctic Cold Front Will Bring A Line Of Snow Squallsthrough The North Country Beginning 9 To 10 AM Across Northernnew York...Around Noon In The Champlain Valley
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 6:02PM EST until January 08 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:02pm
...Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday...The National Weather Service In Burlington Continues The Windchill Warning...From 10 AM Wednesday To Noon EST Thursday.* Locations...Northern St. Lawrence County.* Hazard Types...Dangerously Cold Wind Chills.* Wind Chill Readings...Generally 25 To 35 Below. This Will Beowing To Temperatures Falling Below Zero Wednesday Afternoon Andnight...Along With Westerly Winds 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To35 Mph During Wednesday Afternoon.* Timing...Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Will Develop Acrossnorthern New York During The Mid To Late Morning Hourswednesday. The Dangerously Low Wind Chills Will Continuethrough Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Wind Chills Of This Magnitude Are Capable Ofdeveloping Frostbite On Exposed Skin In Less Than 15 Minutes.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 6:02PM EST until January 08 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 7:02pm
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday Tonoon EST Thursday...The National Weather Service In Burlington Continues The Lakeeffect Snow Advisory...Until 7 AM EST Wednesday.* Locations...Southeastern Saint Lawrence County In Northern Newyork.* Hazard Types...Locally Heavy Lake Effect Snow.* Accumulations...3 To 7 Inches Of Snow.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...Up To 1 Inch Per Hour...Mainlyovernight Tonight Into Early Wednesday Morning.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Is Expected To Develop This Evening Andcontinue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning. Wind Chillvalues Will Drop Below 20 Below By Mid Morning Wednesday...Andrange From 25 To 35 Below Wednesday Evening Through Thursdaymorning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesdaymorning... Along With Reduced Visibilities And Blowing Anddrifting Of Snow. Dangerously Low Wind Chills
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I-90 EB Exit 5A has the left lane CLOSED due to a crash at 5:20pm in the City of Albany-Albany Co

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 6:24pm
I-90 EB Exit 5A has the left lane CLOSED due to a crash at 5:20pm in the City of Albany-Albany Co
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I-787 NB has the left lane CLOSED south of Exit 7 due to a crash at 4:15PM in the City of Menands-Albany Co

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 6:20pm
I-787 NB has the left lane CLOSED south of Exit 7 due to a crash at 4:15PM in the City of Menands-Albany Co
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 4:55PM EST until January 08 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 5:55pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday......Wind Chill Warning In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday To Noon Estthursday...* Locations...Southwestern Saint Lawrence County In Northern Newyork.* Hazard Types...Locally Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Dangerous Lowwind Chill Values.* Accumulations...4 To 8 Inches Of Snow...With Locally Higheramounts Of 8 To 12 Inches.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...1 To 2 Inches Per Hour...Mainly Thisevening Through Midnight.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Is Expected To Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning.Wind Chill Values Will Drop Below 20 Below By Mid Morningwednesday...And Range From 25 To 35 Below Wednesday Eveningthrough Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning...Along With Reduced Visibilities And Areas Of Blowing Anddrifting Snow. Dangerously Low Wind Chills Will Contribute Topotential Frostbite A
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Advisory issued January 06 at 4:55PM EST until January 08 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 5:55pm
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday......Wind Chill Warning In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday To Noon Estthursday...The National Weather Service In Burlington Continues The Lakeeffect Snow Advisory...Until 7 AM EST Wednesday.* Locations...Southeastern Saint Lawrence County In Northern Newyork.* Hazard Types...Locally Heavy Lake Effect Snow.* Accumulations...3 To 7 Inches Of Snow.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...Up To 1 Inch Per Hour...Mainly Overnighttonight Into Early Wednesday Morning.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Is Expected To Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning.Wind Chill Values Will Drop Below 20 Below By Mid Morningwednesday...And Range From 25 To 35 Below Wednesday Eveningthrough Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning...Along With Reduced Visibilities And Blowing And Drifting Ofsnow. Dangerously Low Wind Chills W
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued January 06 at 4:55PM EST until January 08 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 5:55pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Estwednesday......Wind Chill Warning In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday To Noon Estthursday...* Locations...Southwestern Saint Lawrence County In Northern Newyork.* Hazard Types...Locally Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Dangerous Lowwind Chill Values.* Accumulations...4 To 8 Inches Of Snow...With Locally Higheramounts Of 8 To 12 Inches.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...1 To 2 Inches Per Hour...Mainly Thisevening Through Midnight.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Is Expected To Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning.Wind Chill Values Will Drop Below 20 Below By Mid Morningwednesday...And Range From 25 To 35 Below Wednesday Eveningthrough Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Develop Late Thisafternoon And Continue Overnight Into Early Wednesday Morning...Along With Reduced Visibilities And Areas Of Blowing Anddrifting Snow. Dangerously Low Wind Chills Will Contribute Topotential Frostbite A
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Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 4:55PM EST until January 08 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Tue, 01/06/2015 - 5:55pm
...Wind Chill Warning In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday To Noon Estthursday...The National Weather Service In Burlington Has Issued A Windchill Warning...Which Is In Effect From 10 AM Wednesday To Noonest Thursday. The Wind Chill Watch Is No Longer In Effect.* Locations...All Of Central And Northern Vermont And All Ofnorthern New York.* Hazard Types...Dangerously Cold Wind Chills.* Wind Chill Readings...Generally 25 To 35 Below...And Locally Aslow As 40 Below In The Northeast Kingdom Of Vermont. This Willbe Owing To Temperatures Falling Below Zero Wednesday Afternoonand Night...Along With Westerly Winds 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Upto 35 Mph During Wednesday Afternoon.* Timing...Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Will Develop Acrossnorthern New York During The Mid To Late Morning Hourswednesday...And Across Vermont During Wednesday Afternoon. Thedangerously Low Wind Chills Will Continue Through Thursdaymorning.* Impacts...Wind Chills Of This Magnitude Are Capable Ofdeveloping Frostbite On Exposed
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