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Travel Advisory for Lewis County

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 9:25am
The Lewis County Sheriff's Office has issued a Travel Advisory for all of Lewis County. This means that caution is advised since hazardous driving conditions could be encountered due to blowing snow and snow covered roads. Roads may be slippery and icy.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 27 at 8:23AM EST by NWS Albany

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 9:23am
...A Line Of Snow Squalls In Hamilton...Montgomery...Schoharie... Washington...Warren...Fulton...Herkimer...Schenectady...Albany And Saratoga Counties... At 817 AM EST...Snow Squalls Were Detected By Radar. These Snow Squalls Were Located Along A Line Extending From North Creek To Caroga Lake Public Campground To 10 Miles West Of Oneonta...And Moving East At 40 To 45 Mph. Snow Squalls Will Be Near... Eagle Point Campground...Scaroon Manor Public Campground... Canajoharie And Gloversville By 830 AM EST Northampton Beach Public Campground...Chestertown...Sharon Springs And Northville By 835 AM EST Fonda And Edinburg By 840 AM EST In New York This Includes Interstate 88 Exits Between 19 And 23. In New York This Includes Interstate 87 Exits Between 12-13 And 16. Snow Squalls Producing A 15 To 30 Minute Period Of Heavy Snow And Near White Out Conditions Can Be Expected. Generally An Inch Or Less Of Snow Will Accumulate...But The Severity Of The Snow Squalls Will Significantly Reduce Visibi
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Special Weather Statement issued January 27 at 8:01AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 9:01am
Areas Of Light Freezing Rain Or Drizzle Will Impact The Area Into The Mid Morning Hours. There Also May Be Some Snow Mixed As Well. Temperatures Are Below The Freezing Mark In Most Places. Slick Roads And Pathways Are Possible Through Mid Morning.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 27 at 8:01AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 9:01am
...Burst Of Heavy Snow With Near White-Out Conditions... As Of 8 AM A Large Area Of Moderate To Heavy Snow Was Moving Across The Area. The Combination Of Falling Snow In Addition To Gusty Southwest Winds Blowing The Snow Will Produce Near White Out Conditions Across The Region This Morning. Motorists Are Urged To Use Extra Caution This Morning As Roads Will Become Very Slippery And Snow Covered. Morning Commuters Should Allow For Extra Time To Reach Their Destination This Morning. Snow Totals Across The Region Will Average Between 1 And 3 Inches. This Area Of Snow Will Diminish From West To East Through 10 AM. Gusty Southwest Winds 20 To 30 Mph Will Continue To Blow And Drift The Snow Around Today...And As Winds Become Westerly Lake Effect Snow Will Develop And Fall Downwind Of Lake Ontario.
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued January 27 at 7:54AM EST until January 28 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 8:54am
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect From 1 PM This Afternoon To Noon EST Tuesday... * Locations... Northern Oneida County. * Hazards...Lake Effect Snow And Bitter Cold Wind Chills. * Accumulations...7 To 13 Inches Of Snow. * Timing...After A Cold Front Sweeps Through With Some Snow This Morning...Lake Effect Snow Will Develop This Afternoon And Continue Through Tuesday Morning. * Temperatures...Falling Through The Teens This Afternoon...Down To Near Zero By Tuesday Morning. * Winds...West Winds Of 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 35 Mph. * Wind Chills...Reaching 10 To 20 Below Late Tonight Through Tuesday Morning. * Impacts...Gusty Winds And Bitter Cold Temperatures Will Result In Dangerously Cold Wind Chill Values. Precautions Should Be Taken If Expected To Remain Outside For Long Periods At A Time. Within Lake Effect Snow Bands...Hazardous Travel Conditions Can Be Expected...Including Sudden Low Visibility And Slippery Roads.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 27 at 7:51AM EST by NWS Albany

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 8:51am
An Area Of Snow Is Expanding Across The Central And Southeastern Catskills...Mid Hudson Valley...Litchfield County Into The Southern Berkshires This Morning. Snowfall Rates Of Up To An Inch An Hour Are Possible At Times With Visibilities Reduced To Less Than A Mile. Allow Some Extra Time To Reach Your Destination.
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CLEARED: N/B Saw Mill River Pkwy Road Closure at Exit 21-Rt 119 at 7:00AM T/Greenburgh,Westchester Co for approx 2 hrs due to a multi-vehicle accident

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 8:47am
CLEARED: N/B Saw Mill River Pkwy Road Closure at Exit 21-Rt 119 at 7:00AM T/Greenburgh,Westchester Co for approx 2 hrs due to a multi-vehicle accident
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Special Weather Statement issued January 27 at 7:44AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 8:44am
...A Dangerous Snow Squall Will Affect Bradford...Broome... Chenango...Delaware...Northwestern Lackawanna...Northwestern Luzerne...Northwestern Wayne...Otsego...Southeastern Chemung... Southeastern Cortland...Southeastern Madison...Southeastern Oneida... Southeastern Tompkins...Susquehanna...Tioga And Wyoming Counties... * Until 945 AM EST. * At 736 AM EST...A Dangerous Snow Squall Stretched From The Central Twin Tiers Through Finger Lakes To The Syracuse And Mohawk Valley Areas...Moving East At 30 Mph. * This Dangerous Squall Will Continue East Across The Upper Susquehanna...Western Catskills...And Twin Tiers Regions Through 945 AM...Reaching To The Wyoming Valley And Poconos Soon After. With This Squall...Expect A Quick Inch Of Snow...Wind Gusts To 40 Mph...And Visibilities Dropping To Less Than A Half Mile. Road Conditions Will Rapidly Become Snow Covered And Hazardous. In New York This Includes Interstate 81 Exits Between 2 And 9. In New York This Includes Interstate 88 Exits Betwe
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Special Weather Statement issued January 27 at 7:19AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 8:19am
...Snow Squall Heading Through The Area This Morning... A Snow Squall Along A Fast Moving Cold Front...Stretching From The Central Southern Tier To Finger Lakes And Syracuse Regions...Will Quickly Spread Across The Remainder Of The Twin Tiers...Mohawk Valley...Upper Susquehanna...And Western Catskills Regions By 9 AM. The Squall Will Reduce The Visibility To Less Than A Mile And Result In Up To An Inch Of Snowfall. As The Squall Moves Through...Look For The Wind To Abruptly Pick Up Out Of The West 15 To 30 Mph With Higher Gusts. Allow Some Extra Time To Reach Your Destination.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 27 at 5:59AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 6:59am
...Burst Of Heavy Snow With Near White-Out Conditions... At 6 AM A Burst Of Snow Continues To Fall Across Western New York This Morning. The Combination Of Falling Snow In Addition To Gusty Southwest Winds Blowing The Snow Are Producing Near White Out Conditions Across The Region This Morning. Motorists Are Urged To Use Extra Caution This Morning As Roads Are Very Slippery And Snow Covered. Morning Commuters Should Allow For Extra Time To Reach Their Destination This Morning. Snow Totals Across The Region Will Average Between 2 And 3 Inches...With Local Amounts Up To 4 Inches. This Snow Will End Across The Region From West To East During The 630 AM To 8 AM Timeframe. However Gusty Southwest Winds 20 To 30 Mph Will Continue To Blow And Drift The Snow Around Today.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 27 at 5:59AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 6:59am
...Burst Of Heavy Snow With Near White-Out Conditions... At 6 AM A Burst Of Snow Continues To Fall Across The Genesee Valley And Northern Finger Lakes Region This Morning. The Combination Of Falling Snow In Addition To Gusty Southwest Winds Blowing The Snow Are Producing Near White Out Conditions Across The Region This Morning. Motorists Are Urged To Use Extra Caution This Morning As Roads Are Very Slippery And Becoming Snow Covered. Morning Commuters Should Allow For Extra Time To Reach Their Destination This Morning. Snow Totals Across The Region Will Average Between 2 And 3 Inches...With Local Amounts Up To 4 Inches. This Snow Will End Across The Region From West To East During The 730 To 930 AM Timeframe. However Gusty Southwest Winds 15 To 30 Mph Will Continue To Blow And Drift The Snow Around Today.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 27 at 5:59AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 6:59am
...Burst Of Heavy Snow With Near White-Out Conditions... At 6 AM A Burst Of Heavy Snow Is Entering The Eastern Lake Ontario Region This Morning. The Combination Of Falling Snow In Addition To Gusty Southwest Winds Blowing The Snow Will Produce Near White Out Conditions Across The Region This Morning. Motorists Are Urged To Use Extra Caution This Morning As Roads Will Become Very Slippery And Snow Covered. Morning Commuters Should Allow For Extra Time To Reach Their Destination This Morning. Snow Totals Across The Region Will Average Between 2 And 3 Inches...With Local Amounts Up To 4 Inches. A Rumble Of Thunder Is Also Possible At The Onset Of The Heavier Snow. This Snow Will End Across The Region From West To East During The Mid And Late Morning Hours. Gusty Southwest Winds 20 To 30 Mph Will Continue To Blow And Drift The Snow Around Today...And As Winds Become Westerly Lake Effect Snow Will Develop And Fall Downwind Of Lake Ontario.
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FINAL: FDR Drive S/B at E. 23rd Street cleared as of 5:45 AM

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 6:48am
Delays have subsided.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 27 at 5:47AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 6:47am
...A Snow Squall Will Affect Onondaga...Schuyler...Seneca...Southern Cayuga...Steuben And Yates Counties... * At 541 AM EST...A Snow Squall Was Along A Line From 9 Miles Northwest Of Baldwinsville To 20 Miles South Of Hornell...Moving East At 45 Mph. Wind Gusts To 30 Mph Are Possible With This Snow Squall. The Snow Will Rapidly Drop Visibilities In The Squall To Less Than A Quarter Of A Mile. This Snow Squall Will Be Near... Keuka Park And Cayuga Lake State Park At 550 AM... Sampson State Park And Throopsville At 555 AM... Deans Cove Boat Launch And Bonavista State Park At 600 AM... Lodi Point State Park And Melrose Park At 605 AM... Long Point State Park And Willets At 610 AM... New York State Fairgrounds And Wyckoff At 615 AM... Pinnacle State Park And Venice Center At 620 AM... Watkins Glen International And Watkins Glen State Park At 625 AM... Use Extreme Caution If You Must Travel Into Or Through This Snow Squall. Slow Down And Allow Extra Time To Reach Your Destination. Consider
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Special Weather Statement issued January 27 at 3:45AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 4:45am
...Brief Period Of Heavy Snow And Gusty Winds Will Impact Morning Commute... A Cold Front Will Sweep Across The Region Early This Morning. This Front Will Bring A Couple Hours Of Heavy Snow And Wind Gusts To 45 Mph. This Snow Burst Will Bring A Quick 1 To 2 Inches Of Snow With The Winds Resulting In Significant Areas Of Blowing Snow. The Worst Conditions Will Impact Watertown And Much Of The Eastern Lake Ontario Region Between 700 AM And 900 AM. After This...Expect A Brief Lull Late Morning Before Lake Effect Snows Begin To Develop Toward Noon.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Advisory issued January 27 at 3:13AM EST until January 28 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 4:13am
...Wind Chill Advisory Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To Noon EST Tuesday... * Locations...Most Of Central New York And Northeast Pennsylvania. * Hazards...Bitter Cold Wind Chills. * Wind Chill Readings...As Low As 24 Below. * Winds...West Winds 10 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph. * Temperatures...5 Below To 7 Above Zero. * Impacts...Wind Chills Will Create Dangerous Conditions For Exposed Skin.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Advisory issued January 27 at 3:09AM EST until January 28 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 4:09am
...Wind Chill Advisory Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To Noon EST Tuesday... * Locations...Most Of Central New York And Northeast Pennsylvania. * Hazards...Bitter Cold Wind Chills. * Wind Chill Readings...As Low As 24 Below. * Winds...West Winds 10 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph. * Temperatures...5 Below To 7 Above Zero. * Impacts...Wind Chills Will Create Dangerous Conditions For Exposed Skin.
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Lake Effect Snow Warning issued January 27 at 3:09AM EST until January 28 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 4:09am
...Lake Effect Snow Warning In Effect From 1 PM This Afternoon To Noon EST Tuesday... The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Lake Effect Snow Warning...Which Is In Effect From 1 PM This Afternoon To Noon EST Tuesday. The Lake Effect Snow Watch Is No Longer In Effect. * Locations... Northern Oneida County. * Hazards...Lake Effect Snow And Bitter Cold Wind Chills. * Accumulations...7 To 13 Inches Of Snow. * Timing... Lake Effect Snow Will Develop Monday Afternoon And Continue Through Tuesday Morning. * Temperatures...Temperatures Will Be In The Low 20S This Afternoon And Slowly Decrease To Below Zero Tonight. * Winds...West Winds Of 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 35 Mph. * Impacts...Gusty Winds And Bitter Cold Temperatures Will Result In Dangerously Cold Wind Chill Values. Precautions Should Be Taken If Expected To Remain Outside For Long Periods At A Time. Within Lake Effect Snow Bands... Hazardous Travel Conditions Can Be Expected... Including Sudden Low Visibility And
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(EXTENSION - area) Wind Chill Advisory issued January 27 at 3:09AM EST until January 28 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/27/2014 - 4:09am
...Wind Chill Advisory In Effect From Midnight Tonight To Noon EST Tuesday... ...Lake Effect Snow Watch Is Cancelled... The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Wind Chill Advisory...Which Is In Effect From Midnight Tonight To Noon EST Tuesday. The Lake Effect Snow Watch Has Been Cancelled. * Locations...Oneida...Onondaga...And Madison Counties. * Hazards...Bitter Cold Wind Chills. * Temperatures...5 Below To 8 Above Zero. * Wind Chills...10 To 24 Below Zero Late Monday Night Into Tuesday Morning. * Winds...West Winds 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 35 Mph. * Impacts...Within The Lake Effect Snow Band...Hazardous Travel Conditions Can Be Expected...Including Sudden Low Visibility And Slippery Roads. The Wind Will Also Cause Blowing And Drifting Of Snow. Wind Chills Will Create Dangerous Conditions For Exposed Skin.
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