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Special Weather Statement issued January 07 at 7:56AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 8:56am
...A Burst Of Heavy Snow Showers This Morning...A Band Of Very Heavy Snow Showers Will Drop Through The Regionalong An Arctic Cold Front Between 8 And 10 AM. The Snow Showerswill Drop Visibilities To Less Than One Half Mile With A Quickinch Or So Of Accumulation In A Very Short Period Of Time. Theheavy Snow Will Impact Interstates 81, 88, 86 And Route 17.Motorist Should Use Extra Caution This Morning And Expect Rapidlychanging Conditions. Travel Could Become Very Difficult Due To Snowcovered Roadways And Low Visibilities.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 07 at 7:18AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 8:18am
...Accumulating Snow Will Continue To Impact The Area...* At 715 AM EST...National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicateda 20 Mile Swath Of Moderate Snow Associated With An Arctic Coldfront Moving South From The New York State Thruway. Snow Within Thisband Will Fall At A Rate Of About An Inch Per Hour...But Will Onlylast 45 To 60 Minutes At Any Given Location. Visibility With Thisband Will Be Reduced To Just A Few Hundred Feet.* Some Locations Affected By The Heavy Snow Bands Include...Clifton Springs And Avon...Phelps...York And Lima...Canandaigua...Bristol...Geneva And Geneseo...Hemlock And Honeoye...This Includes The New York Thruway Between Exits 40 And 47.This Includes Interstate 390 Between Exits 7 And 12.* Additionally...Winds Of 20 To 35 Mph Will Create Areas Of Blowingand Drifting Snow...Along With Wind Chill Values Of 15 Below Zero.Driving Within This Area Of Snow Will Be Difficult At Times With Snowcovered And Slippery Roadways. If Traveling Across The Area Slow Downand Be
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Special Weather Statement issued January 07 at 7:09AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 8:09am
...Accumulating Snow Will Continue To Impact The Area...* At 7 AM EST...National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated A20 Mile Wide Band Of Moderate To Heavy Snow Pushing South Throughthe Buffalo Metropolitan Area Along An Arctic Cold Front. The Snowwill Fall At A Rate Of About An Inch And A Half Per Hour...But Willreduce The Visibility To Just A Few Hundred Feet As It Pushes Souththrough The Southtowns And Wyoming County.* Some Locations Affected By The Lake Effect Snow Bands Include...Bennington And Lackawanna...Dale And Blasdell...Wales Center And Orchard Park...Orangeville Center And Varysburg...Sheldon And Lake View...West Falls And Strykersville...North Java And Evans...Lake Erie Beach And Colden...This Includes The New York Thruway Between Exits 47 And 57.* Additionally...Winds Of 25 To 35 Mph Will Create Areas Of Blowingand Drifting Snow Along With Wind Chill Values Of 15 Below Zero.Driving Within This Snow Band Will Be Difficult At Times With Snowcovered And Slippery Roadwa
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S/B Saw Mill River Pkwy ROAD CLOSURE 6:53 AM for 4 Hrs At Exit 34 State Hwy 133 V/Mount Kisco Westchester Co due to an accident

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 7:57am
S/B Saw Mill River Pkwy ROAD CLOSURE 6:53 AM for 4 Hrs At Exit 34 State Hwy 133 V/Mount Kisco Westchester Co due to an accident R/02/R08-39
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Special Weather Statement issued January 07 at 6:12AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 7:12am
...A Burst Of Heavy Snow Showers Early This Morning...A Band Of Very Heavy Snow Showers Will Drop Through The Regionbetween 6 And 8 AM. The Snow Showers Will Drop Visibilities Toless Than One Half Mile With A Quick Inch Or So Of Accumulation In Avery Short Period Of Time. The Activity Will Impact The Thruwayfrom Just North Of Seneca Falls East Through The Syracuse Area Andinto The Utica/Rome Area.Motorist Should Use Caution This Morning And Expect Rapidlychanging Conditions. Travel Could Become Very Difficult Due To Snowcovered Roadways And Low Visibilities.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 07 at 6:08AM EST until January 07 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 7:08am
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 10 AM Estthis Morning......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 3 PM This Afternoonto 10 AM EST Thursday...* Locations...Lewis County.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Warning Through This Morning. Windchill Warning Through Late Thursday Morning.* Accumulations...Additional 4 To 8 Inches Today. Bringing Stormtotals To Two To Three Feet.* Winds...West 10 To 20 Mph.* Wind Chill Values...As Low As 35 Below.* Visibilities...Near Zero At Times.* Impacts...Heavy Lake Effect Snow Will Produce Extremelydifficult Travel Early This Morning With Near Zero Visibilityand Deep Snow Cover On Roads. Some Roads May Become Nearlyimpassable. This Includes Route 12 And 26. Later This Morningthrough Thursday Morning...Bitterly Cold Wind Chills Will Resultin Dangerous Conditions For Exposed Skin.
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Advisory issued January 07 at 6:08AM EST until January 08 at 4:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 7:08am
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Remains In Effect Until 4 AM Estthursday......Wind Chill Advisory Remains In Effect From 10 AM This Morningto 10 AM EST Thursday...* Locations...Monroe...Wayne...Northern Cayuga Counties.* Timing...Early This Morning Through Late Thursday Morning.* Accumulations...3 To 5 Inches Today...2 To 4 Inches Tonight...And An Inch Or Less Thursday...Leading To Storm Totals Of 5 To10 Inches In The Most Persistent Lake Snows.* Winds...West 20 To 30 Mph.* Wind Chill Values...As Low As 20 Below.* Impacts...A Quick Burst Of Heavy Snow Around Daybreak Willgive Way To Persistent Light To Moderate Lake Effect Snow.This Will Result In Snow Covered Roads And Very Poorvisibility At Times Leading To Difficult Travel. Bitterly Coldwind Chills Will Result In Dangerous Conditions For Exposedskin.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Advisory issued January 07 at 6:08AM EST until January 07 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 7:08am
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 10 AM Estthis Morning......Wind Chill Advisory Remains In Effect From 10 AM This Morningto 10 AM EST Thursday...* Locations...Oswego County.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Warning Through This Morning. Windchill Advisory Through Late Thursday Morning.* Accumulations...Additional 4 To 8 Inches Today.* Winds...West 15 To 25 Mph.* Wind Chill Values...As Low As 25 Below.* Visibilities...As Low As A Quarter Mile At Times.* Impacts...Lake Effect Snow Will Drop Southward Through Thecounty This Morning. This Will Produce Very Difficult Travelwith Very Low Visibility And Snow Covered Roads. Later Todayand Through Thursday Morning...Bitterly Cold Wind Chills Willresult In Dangerous Conditions For Exposed Skin.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Advisory issued January 07 at 6:08AM EST until January 07 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 7:08am
...Wind Chill Advisory Remains In Effect From 10 AM This Morningto 10 AM EST Thursday......Lake Effect Snow Warning Is Cancelled...The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Cancelled The Lakeeffect Snow Warning. Weakening Bands Of Lake Effect Snow Thismorning Will Produce Just Another Inch Or So Of Snow...Mainlyacross The Southern Tier.* Locations...Wyoming...Chautauqua...Cattaraugus And Southernerie Counties.* Timing...Late This Morning Through Late Thursday Morning.* Winds...Northwest 15 To 25 Mph.* Wind Chill Values...As Low As 25 Below.* Later Today Through Thursday Morning...Bitterly Cold Windchills Will Result In Dangerous Conditions For Exposed Skin.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Advisory issued January 07 at 6:08AM EST until January 08 at 4:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 7:08am
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Remains In Effect Until 4 AM Estthursday......Wind Chill Advisory Remains In Effect From 10 AM This Morningto 10 AM EST Thursday...* Locations...Monroe...Wayne...Northern Cayuga Counties.* Timing...Early This Morning Through Late Thursday Morning.* Accumulations...3 To 5 Inches Today...2 To 4 Inches Tonight...And An Inch Or Less Thursday...Leading To Storm Totals Of 5 To10 Inches In The Most Persistent Lake Snows.* Winds...West 20 To 30 Mph.* Wind Chill Values...As Low As 20 Below.* Impacts...A Quick Burst Of Heavy Snow Around Daybreak Willgive Way To Persistent Light To Moderate Lake Effect Snow.This Will Result In Snow Covered Roads And Very Poorvisibility At Times Leading To Difficult Travel. Bitterly Coldwind Chills Will Result In Dangerous Conditions For Exposedskin.
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Update- Building Fire: NY 25 E-W Marcy Ave and Cager Pl(Huntington)Suffolk CO@5:11AM/All lanes remain closed EST 3 Hrs

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 6:20am
Update- Building Fire: NY 25 E-W Marcy Ave and Cager Pl(Huntington)Suffolk CO@5:11AM/All lanes remain closed EST 3 Hrs
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Special Weather Statement issued January 07 at 4:49AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 5:49am
...Arctic Front With Burst Of Snow This Morning...At 445 AM An Arctic Front Was Nearing The Southern Shoreline Oflake Ontario. Along This Front Is A Burst Of Moderate To Heavysnowfall.Expect This Burst Of Snow To Reach The Southern Lake Ontarioshoreline Around 5 AM. By 530 AM This Burst Of Snow Will Nearroute 104 Including Niagara Falls...Metro Rochester Area Andsodus.This Burst Of Snow Will Continue Its Southward Push...Reachingmetro Buffalo...Batavia...And Geneva Between 6 AM And 7 AM. Asthe Front Continues To Drop Southward Snowfall Will Reach Areassouth Of Buffalo...Wyoming County...Livingston And The Bristolhills Between 7 AM And 9 AM.While Snowfall Will Total Just An Inch Or Two...It Will Come In Arelatively Short Period Of Time. Expect Snow Covered Roads Andreduced Visibilities This Morning. The Morning Commute Willlikely Be Slowed...And Travelers Should Allow Plenty Of Time Toreach Their Destination.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 07 at 4:49AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 5:49am
...Heavy Lake Effect Snow This Morning...At 445 AM A Band Of Heavy Lake Effect Snow Was Oriented Along Thelong Fetch Of Lake Ontario And Inland Towards The Tug Hill. Thenorthern Edge Of This Band Is From Stony Point To Adams Center Tocarthage. The Southern Edge Of The Snow Band Is From Nine Milepoint To Altmar To Highmarket.Snowfall Rates Within This Snow Band Are 3 Inches Or More Perhour...Especially On The Tug Hill. Snowfall Rates Of Thismagnitude Will Produce Deep...Snow Covered Roads...And Very Poorvisibilities.Expect The Band To Settle Southward Through The Morninghours...With The Southward Push Aided By A Southward Droppingarctic Front.This Band Will Impact Interstate 81 South Of Exit 42...As Well Asu.S. Route 12 And 26.Behind This Arctic Front Will Come Bitterly Cold Temperatures. Airtemperatures In The Teens Will Fall Into The Single Digits Bynoontime. Wind Chills Will Drop Into The Negative Teens Throughthe Afternoon Hours.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 07 at 4:23AM EST until January 08 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Albany

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 5:23am
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Remains In Effect Until 10 AM Estthis Morning......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 5 PM This Afternoonto 10 AM EST Thursday...* Locations...Northern Herkimer County.* Hazard Types....Lake Effect Snow And Dangerously Cold Windchills.* Snow Accumulations...4 To 6 Inches.* Wind Chill Values...As Low As 40 Degrees Below Zero.* Timing...A Lake Effect Snow Band In The Vicinity Of Route 28Will Move Southward This Morning...Reaching Areas Near Route8...Before Weakening And Drifting Farther South By Late Morning.Wind Chill Values Will Drop To Dangerously Cold Levels Beginningwednesday Evening And Continue Into Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Localized Snow Covered Roadways Will Make Fordifficult And Hazardous Travel. Blowing And Drifting Snow Willreduce Visibilities To Less Than A Quarter Mile. Thecombination Of Very Cold Temperatures And Brisknorthwesterly Winds Will Create Dangerously Cold Conditionsfor Exposed Skin.
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(EXTENSION - area) Wind Chill Warning issued January 07 at 4:23AM EST until January 08 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Albany

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 5:23am
...Wind Chill Warning In Effect From 5 PM This Afternoon To 10 Amest Thursday...The National Weather Service In Albany Has Issued A Wind Chillwarning...Which Is In Effect From 5 PM This Afternoon To 10 Amest Thursday. The Wind Chill Advisory Is No Longer In Effect.* Locations...Southern Fulton...Western Schenectady...Easternrensselaer...Eastern Columbia And Eastern Windham Counties.* Hazard Types...Dangerously Cold Wind Chills.* Wind Chill Values...As Low As 25 To 35 Degrees Below Zero.* Timing...Wednesday Evening Into Thursday Morning.* Impacts...The Combination Of Very Cold Temperatures And Brisknorthwesterly Winds Will Combine To Create Dangerously Coldconditions For Exposed Skin.
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Advisory issued January 07 at 4:23AM EST until January 08 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Albany

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 5:23am
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Remains In Effect Until 10 AM Estthis Morning......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 5 PM This Afternoonto 10 AM EST Thursday...* Locations...Northern Herkimer County.* Hazard Types....Lake Effect Snow And Dangerously Cold Windchills.* Snow Accumulations...4 To 6 Inches.* Wind Chill Values...As Low As 40 Degrees Below Zero.* Timing...A Lake Effect Snow Band In The Vicinity Of Route 28Will Move Southward This Morning...Reaching Areas Near Route8...Before Weakening And Drifting Farther South By Late Morning.Wind Chill Values Will Drop To Dangerously Cold Levels Beginningwednesday Evening And Continue Into Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Localized Snow Covered Roadways Will Make Fordifficult And Hazardous Travel. Blowing And Drifting Snow Willreduce Visibilities To Less Than A Quarter Mile. Thecombination Of Very Cold Temperatures And Brisknorthwesterly Winds Will Create Dangerously Cold Conditionsfor Exposed Skin.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued January 07 at 4:19AM EST until January 08 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 5:19am
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect From 9 AM Thismorning To 3 PM EST This Afternoon......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM This Morningto Noon EST Thursday...A Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM This Morningto Noon EST Thursday. A Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effectfrom 9 AM This Morning To 3 PM EST This Afternoon.* Accumulations...1 To 3 Inches Of Snow With Local Amounts Up To 4Inches Possible.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...1 To 2 Inches Per Hour.* Locations...The Adirondacks Of Northern New York...Thechamplain Valley...And All Of Central And Eastern Vermont.* Hazard Types...Snow Squalls Today And Dangerously Cold Windchills Today Through Thursday Morning.* Wind Chill Readings...As Low As 45 Below Due To Temperatures26 Below To 12 Above Zero...And Winds West 10 To 20 Mph Withgusts Up To 30 Mph.* Timing...An Arctic Cold Front Will Bring A Line Of Snow Squallsthrough The North Country Beginning 9 To 11 AM Across Northernnew York...11 AM To 1 PM In
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Advisory issued January 07 at 4:19AM EST until January 07 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Burlington

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 5:19am
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Now In Effect Until 10 AM EST Thismorning......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM This Morningto Noon EST Thursday...The National Weather Service In Burlington Continues The Lakeeffect Snow Advisory...From 10 AM This Morning To Noon Estthursday.* Locations...Southeastern Saint Lawrence County In Northern Newyork.* Hazard Types...Locally Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Dangerouslycold Wind Chills.* Accumulations...Additional 1 To 3 Inches Of Snow.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...One Inch Per Hour...Mainly This Morning.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Will Continue This Morning. Wind Chillvalues Will Drop Below 20 Below By Mid Morning Today...And Rangefrom 25 To 35 Below Tonight Through Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Persist This Morning...Along With Reduced Visibilities And Blowing And Drifting Ofsnow. Dangerously Low Wind Chills Will Contribute To Potentialfrostbite And Hypothermia For Those Not Properly Dressed For Thecold.* Wind
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 07 at 4:19AM EST until January 07 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Burlington

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 5:19am
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Now In Effect Until 10 AM EST Thismorning......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM This Morningto Noon EST Thursday...The National Weather Service In Burlington Continues The Lakeeffect Snow Advisory...From 10 AM This Morning To Noon Estthursday.* Locations...Southeastern Saint Lawrence County In Northern Newyork.* Hazard Types...Locally Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Dangerouslycold Wind Chills.* Accumulations...Additional 1 To 3 Inches Of Snow.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...One Inch Per Hour...Mainly This Morning.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Will Continue This Morning. Wind Chillvalues Will Drop Below 20 Below By Mid Morning Today...And Rangefrom 25 To 35 Below Tonight Through Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Persist This Morning...Along With Reduced Visibilities And Blowing And Drifting Ofsnow. Dangerously Low Wind Chills Will Contribute To Potentialfrostbite And Hypothermia For Those Not Properly Dressed For Thecold.* Wind
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 07 at 4:19AM EST until January 07 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Burlington

Wed, 01/07/2015 - 5:19am
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Now In Effect Until 10 AM EST Thismorning......Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 AM This Morningto Noon EST Thursday...The Lake Effect Snow Warning Is Now In Effect Until 10 AM Estthis Morning. A Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From 10 Amthis Morning 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...Additional 1 To 3 Inches Of Snow.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...Up To One Inch Per Hour...Mainly Thismorning.* Timing...Lake Effect Snow Will Continue This Morning. Wind Chillvalues Will Drop Below 20 Below By This Afternoon...And Rangefrom 25 To 35 Below Tonight Through Thursday Morning.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Conditions Will Continue Thismorning...Along With Reduced Visibilities And Areas Of Blowingand Drifting Snow. Dangerously Low Wind Chills Will Contributeto Potential Frostbite And Hypothermia For Those
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