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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 18 at 3:50AM EST until December 18 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 3:50am
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 10 AM EST Thismorning...* Locations...Chautauqua...Cattaraugus And Allegany Counties.* Timing...Through Late This Morning. Rain Will Change To Freezingrain Early This Morning...Then Quickly Change To Sleet And Snowthrough Mid Morning.* Hazards...Freezing Rain...Snow...And Sleet.* Accumulations...Snow Accumulating An Inch Or Less. Iceaccumulating Up To One Tenth Of An Inch.* Temperatures...Falling Through The 30S And Into The 20S Thismorning.* Impacts...The Wintry Mix Will Produce Very Slippery Conditionson Untreated Surfaces. In Addition...The Rapid Drop Intemperatures This Morning Will Cause Untreated Surfaces Torapidly Ice Over.
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Erie County, Town of Hamburg, Sewerage overflow at Lakeshore Road and Cloverbank Road intersection.

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 3:46am
Location of Discharge: 2650-2700 Cloverbank Road, Hamburg, NY 14075, USA Additional Address Info: Intersection of Cloverbank and Route 5. Mount Vernon Name of Waterbody Affected: Lake Erie Description of Discharge: Sanitary Sewage mixed with rain runoff and snow melt Potential public area(s) impacted: It is unknown whether public areas were impacted Facility name: Mount Vernon Sewer District, Facility ID: NYS900030 Date and Time of Discharge: Dec 18 2016 1:03AM Duration of Discharge: 3.0 hours ongoing. Reason for Discharge: Weather Conditions: Localize rainfall and snow melt Volume or Rate of Discharge: 646 Gallons Per Minute (Estimated) Treated State of Discharge: Untreated Steps Take
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Erie County,Town of Tonawanda, Sewer Discharge, Ellicott Creek

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 3:32am
Location of Discharge: 560 Ellicott Creek Road, Tonawanda, NY 14150, USA Additional Address Info: 560 Ellicott Creek Road, Tonawanda, NY 14150, USA Name of Waterbody Affected: Ellicott Creek Description of Discharge: Sanitary Sewer Overflow Due To Heavy Rain Potential public area(s) impacted: It is unknown whether public areas were impacted Facility name: Town of Tonawanda Wastewater Treatment Plant, Facility ID: NY0026395 Date and Time of Discharge: Dec 18 2016 1:00AM Duration of Discharge: 3.0 hours unknown. Reason for Discharge: Weather Conditions: Heavy Rainfall Volume or Rate of Discharge: 75 Gallons Per Minute (Estimated) Treated State of Discharge: Untreated Steps Taken to Conta
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(EXTENSION - time) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 18 at 3:21AM EST until December 18 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Albany

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 3:21am
...Winter Weather Advisory Now In Effect Until 7 AM EST Thismorning...* Locations...The Eastern Adirondacks...The Lake George Glensfalls Region...Southern Washington County...And Western Mohawkvalley In Eastern New York... As Well As Windham County In Southernvermont.* Hazard Types...Freezing Rain* Ice Accumulation...Totals Of One Tenth To A Quarter Of An Inch.* Timing...Occasional Freezing Rain This Morning. Freezing Rainshould Change To Plain Rain Just After Daybreak.* Winds...East At 5 To 15 Mph Becoming South 5 To 15 Mph Withgusts Up To 25 Mph Toward Daybreak.* Temperatures...In The Upper 20S To Lower 30S...Then Rising Abovefreezing Towards Or Just After Daybreak.* Impacts...Freezing Rain Can Lead To Slippery Travel Conditionsand Reduced Visibilities. Treacherous Travel Conditionspossible On Untreated Surfaces Saturday Afternoon And Eveningdue To Freezing Rain.
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Erie County,West Seneca,Sewage Discharge,Clinton St,Buffalo River

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 3:20am
Location of Discharge: 2375 Clinton Street, Buffalo, NY 14227, USA Additional Address Info: 2375 Clinton Street, West Seneca, NY 14227, USA Name of Waterbody Affected: Buffalo River Description of Discharge: Untreated Sewage Discharge Potential public area(s) impacted: It is unknown whether public areas were impacted Facility name: Cheektowaga Sanitary Sewer, Facility ID: NYS900020 Date and Time of Discharge: Dec 18 2016 1:10AM Duration of Discharge: 22.8 hours ongoing. Reason for Discharge: Weather Conditions: Snow Melt Volume or Rate of Discharge: 500000 Gallons (Estimated) Treated State of Discharge: Untreated Steps Taken to Contain Discharge: Continuously monitor flows during
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(EXTENSION - time) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 18 at 3:12AM EST until December 18 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Burlington

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 3:12am
...Winter Weather Advisory Now In Effect Until 10 AM EST Thismorning...The Winter Weather Advisory Is Now In Effect Until 10 AM EST Thismorning.* Accumulations...Two To Four Tenths Of An Inch Of Ice.* Locations...Much Of Northern New York, As Well As Central Andeastern Vermont.* Hazard Types...Freezing Rain.* Timing...Freezing Rain Is Ongoing Across The Region Early Thismorning And Will Continue Through Mid To Late Morning.Precipitation May End As A Few Snow Showers Late This Morning Orearly This Afternoon.* Impacts...Icy Roads Will Cause Dangerous Driving Conditions.Isolated Power Outages Are Also Possible.* Winds...Variable At 5 To 10 Mph, Becoming West To Northwest Thisafternoon.* Temperatures...Rising Through The 20S To Near 32 This Morning,And Then Falling Rapidly This Afternoon Causing Any Standingwater To Freeze.
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Dense Fog Advisory issued December 18 at 1:11AM EST until December 18 at 7:00AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 1:11am
...Dense Fog Through Early This Morning......Dense Fog Advisory In Effect Until 7 AM EST This Morning...The National Weather Service In Upton Has Issued A Dense Fogadvisory...Which Is In Effect Until 7 AM EST This Morning.* Visibilities...One Quarter Mile Or Less At Times.* Timing...Through Early This Morning.* Impacts...Limited Visibilities Will Make Travel Very Difficultat Times...Especially Where There Is Rapidly Changingvisibility.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 18 at 12:40AM EST until December 18 at 5:00AM EST by NWS Albany

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:40am
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 5 AM EST Earlythis Morning...* Locations...The Southern Adirondacks...The Lake Georgenorthern Saratoga Region...Washington County...And Westernmohawk Valley In Eastern New York... As Well As Southernvermont.* Hazard Types...Freezing Rain And Freezing Drizzle.* Ice Accumulation...Mainly A Coating To One Tenth Of An Inch...With Amounts Up To One Quarter Of An Inch Possible Acrossportions Of Northwest Warren County...And The Western Mohawkvalley.* Timing...Occasional Freezing Rain And Freezing Drizzle Becomessteadier Early This Morning. Freezing Rain Should Change Toplain Rain Before Daybreak.* Winds...East At 5 To 10 Mph Becoming South 5 To 15 Mph Withgusts Up To 25 Mph Toward Daybreak.* Temperatures...In The Mid 20S To Lower 30S...Then Rising Abovefreezing Towards The Mid Morning.* Impacts...Freezing Rain Can Lead To Slippery Travel Conditionsand Reduced Visibilities. Treacherous Travel Conditionspossible On Untreated Surfaces Saturday
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(EXTENSION - time) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 18 at 12:40AM EST until December 18 at 5:00AM EST by NWS Albany

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:40am
...Winter Weather Advisory Now In Effect Until 5 AM EST Earlythis Morning...* Locations...Western Schenectady County...And Northern Berkshirecounty In Massachusetts.* Hazard Types...Light Freezing Rain And Freezing Drizzle.* Ice Accumulation...Mainly A Coating To Less Than A Tenth Of Aninch.* Timing...Areas Of Light Freezing Rain Or Drizzle Early Thismorning Changing To Rain By Mid Morning.* Winds...South 5 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.* Temperatures...In The Upper 20S To Lower 30S...And Then Abovefreezing Between 2 And 5 AM.* Impacts...Freezing Rain Can Lead To Slippery Travel Conditionsand Reduced Visibilities. Treacherous Travel Conditionspossible On Untreated Surfaces Through This Evening Due Tofreezing Rain.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 18 at 12:21AM EST until December 18 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:21am
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 10 AM EST Thismorning...* Locations...Chautauqua...Cattaraugus And Allegany Counties.* Timing...From Midnight Tonight Through Late Sunday Morning.* Hazards...Freezing Rain And Snow.* Accumulations...Ice Accumulation Of A Tenth Of An Inch Orless...And Snow Accumulation Less Than An Inch.* Temperatures...Falling Into The Lower 30S Late Tonight...Thenfalling Into The 20S Sunday Morning.* Impacts...Temperatures Will Drop Below Freezing Overnight...Withprecipitation Changing To Freezing Rain Before Ending As Snowand Sleet Sunday Morning. Untreated Roads Will Become Veryslippery. Also...Rapidly Falling Temperatures May Freeze Anywater Or Slush Left Over On Roads Sunday Morning.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 18 at 12:21AM EST until December 18 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:21am
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 10 AM EST Thismorning...* Locations...The Niagara Frontier And Genesee Valley.* Timing...Through Late Sunday Morning.* Hazards...Freezing Rain And Snow.* Accumulations...Ice Accumulation Of A Tenth Of An Inch Orless...And Snow Accumulation Less Than An Inch.* Temperatures...Temperatures Falling Into The Lower 30Sovernight...Then Falling Into The 20S Sunday Morning.* Impacts...Temperatures Will Drop Below Freezing Overnight...Withrain Changing To Freezing Rain Before Ending As Sleet And Snowsunday Morning. Untreated Roads Will Become Very Slippery.Also...Rapidly Falling Temperatures May Freeze Any Water Orslush Left Over On Roads Sunday Morning.
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Special Weather Statement issued December 18 at 12:00AM EST by NWS Albany

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:00am
...FLASH FREEZE AND AREAS OF BLACK ICE...Temperatures will continue to fall in the wake of a strong coldfront as brisk and gusty west to northwest winds usher in muchcolder air. As temperatures drop into the 20s lingering standingwater on roads and other untreated surfaces will freeze upcreating hazardous driving and walking conditions. In addition,the winds will gust to 35 to 45 mph into this evening.Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...Untreated surfaces may become extremely slippery and offer littleor no traction. Black ice is very difficult to see; a road surfacethat appears just wet may in fact be very icy. Reduced speeds andgreater distance between vehicles is advised.
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Special Weather Statement issued December 18 at 12:00AM EST by NWS Burlington

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:00am
...A Flash Freeze is Expected Across the Area This Afternoon andEvening...An arctic cold front will cross the area late this morning intothis afternoon. Behind this front, steadier rains will taper toscattered snow showers as temperatures fall sharply into the 20sby this afternoon, and into the teens by early evening. This willresult in a rapid freeze of any lingering water on area roads,parking lots and sidewalks with potential icy conditionsdeveloping.Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...Untreated surfaces may become extremely slippery and offer littleor no traction. Reduced speeds and greater distance betweenvehicles is advised.
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Special Weather Statement issued December 18 at 12:00AM EST until December 18 at 12:00PM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:00am
Although widespread dense fog continues to lift and dissipate,through this morning there may be some areas where visibilitiesare down to one-quarter mile or less in spots.Motorists should prepare for suddenly reduced visibilities iftraveling. Leave extra room between cars and use your low beamheadlights.
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Special Weather Statement issued December 18 at 12:00AM EST until December 18 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:00am
...A Flash Freeze is Expected Across the Area This Afternoon andEvening...An arctic cold front will cross the area late this morning intothis afternoon. Behind this front, steadier rains will taper toscattered snow showers as temperatures fall sharply into the 20sby this afternoon, and into the teens by early evening. This willresult in a rapid freeze of any lingering water on area roads,parking lots and sidewalks with potential icy conditionsdeveloping.Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...Untreated surfaces may become extremely slippery and offer littleor no traction. Reduced speeds and greater distance betweenvehicles is advised.
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Special Weather Statement issued December 18 at 12:00AM EST until December 18 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:00am
...Light Icing Possible On Untreated Surfaces This Morning...The Combination Of Rapidly Falling Temperatures With A Cold Frontand Possibly A Brief Period Of Sleet And Or Freezing Drizzle Couldresult In Light Icing On Untreated Roads. Please Use Caution Whentraveling This Morning Across Central New York And The Northerntier Of Pennsylvania.
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Special Weather Statement issued December 18 at 12:00AM EST until December 18 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Albany

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:00am
...POCKETS OF LIGHT FREEZING RAIN POSSIBLE THIS MORNING...Temperatures are still hovering around freezing in some locationsin the central Mohawk Valley and the Lake George Saratoga region.Light rain will freeze on contact on untreated surfaces wheretemperatures are 32 to 33 degrees. This could lead to a glaze ofice on some roads and sidewalks. Drivers and pedestrians are urgedto use caution if out and about this morning.
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(EXTENSION - time) Special Weather Statement issued December 18 at 12:00AM EST until December 18 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:00am
...Rapid Freeze Up Of Untreated Surfaces Early This Morning...Rain Will Change To A Brief Period Of Freezing Rain And Sleetearly This Morning Before Changing To Light Snow After Daybreak.Temperatures Will Rapidly Drop From The Lower 30S Before Daybreakinto The Mid 20S By 9 AM. The Rapid Drop Below Freezing Combinedwith Mixed Precipitation Will Allow For Any Untreated Pavedsurfaces To Rapidly Freeze Up...Resulting In Very Hazardous Travelconditions Early This Morning.Motorists Should Be Alert For Rapidly Deteriorating Travelconditions Early This Morning. Black Ice Is Very Difficult Tosee...A Road Surface That Appears Just Wet May In Fact Beextremely Icy.
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Special Weather Statement issued December 18 at 12:00AM EST until December 18 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:00am
...Light Icing Possible On Untreated Surfaces This Morning...The Combination Of Rapidly Falling Temperatures With A Cold Frontand Possibly A Brief Period Of Sleet And Or Freezing Drizzle Couldresult In Light Icing On Untreated Roads. Please Use Caution Whentraveling This Morning Across Central New York And The Northerntier Of Pennsylvania.
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(EXTENSION - time) Special Weather Statement issued December 18 at 12:00AM EST until December 18 at 12:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Sun, 12/18/2016 - 12:00am
...Falling Temperatures Will Bring Icy Conditions To The Region...A Sharp Cold Front Moving Across The Region This Morning Will Bringa Mix Of Rain And Snow...With Areas Of Freezing Rain...Thenfalling Temperatures Following The Front Will Bring Freezingreadings. Any Area Roads That Are Still Wet May Freeze Up Andbecome Extremely Slick And Slippery...And Dangerous. Temperaturesin The Mid 30S To Near 40 At Sunrise Will Fall To The Mid To Upper20s By Noon...And To The Teens By Sunset.Motorists Should Be Alert For Rapidly Deteriorating Travelconditions This Morning. Patches Of Black Ice Are Very Difficultto See...A Road Surface That Appears To Be Just Wet May In Fact Beicy And Extremely Slick And Dangerous.
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