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CLEAR 800am: Accident at 730am: Left lane has reopened at 590/490 (Exit 5) T/Brighton

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 8:58am
CLEAR 800am: Accident at 730am: Left lane has reopened at 590/490 (Exit 5) T/Brighton
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I-87 (Northway) SB Exit 4 in the town of Colonie has the left lane RE-OPENED.Crash Cleared at 7:25am-Albany Co.

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 8:28am
I-87 (Northway) SB Exit 4 in the town of Colonie has the left lane RE-OPENED.Crash Cleared at 7:25am-Albany Co
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N/S State Hwy 100 ROAD CLOSURE at 6:30 AM for 2 Hrs At Marion Ave T/Greenburgh Westchester Co. Due to an accident

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 7:40am
N/S State Hwy 100 ROAD CLOSURE at 6:30 AM for 2 Hrs At Marion Ave T/Greenburgh Westchester Co. Due to an accident R/02/R08-39
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(CONTINUATION) Coastal Flood Watch issued January 26 at 6:15AM EST until January 27 at 5:00AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 7:15am
...Moderate Coastal Flooding Possible Overnight For Portions Ofthe Region During The Height Of The Blizzard......High Surf And Beach Erosion Expected......Coastal Flood Watch Remains In Effect Late Tonight...* Locations...Coasts Of Lower New York Harbor And The South Shorebays Of Western Long Island.* Tidal Departures...Most Likely 1 1/2 To 2 1/2 Ft Above Theastronomical Tide With Potential For Up To 3 Ft.* Timing...1 To 4 AM Early Tuesday Morning.* Beach Erosion Impacts... Beach Erosion And Washovers Along Oceanfacing Barrier Beaches Due To 6 To 9 Ft Waves And The High Stormtide. A Few Exposed Water Front Structures May Be Damaged.* Coastal Flood Impacts...Potential For Flooding Of Vulnerableshore Roads....Most Likely Ny Harbor Water Levels For Early Tuesday Morning...Coastal............Time Of......Forecast Total.....Flood.....Location...........High Tide.....Water Level.......Category.....................................(Mllw)....................The Battery Nyc.....137 AM........6.2
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(CONTINUATION) Coastal Flood Watch issued January 26 at 6:15AM EST until January 27 at 7:00AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 7:15am
...Moderate Coastal Flooding Possible Overnight For Portions Ofthe Region During The Height Of The Blizzard......High Surf And Beach Erosion Expected......Coastal Flood Watch Remains In Effect From Late Tonightthrough Tuesday Morning...* Locations...Coasts Of The Western Long Island Sound.* Tidal Departures...Most Likely 2 To 3 Ft Above Theastronomical Tide With Potential For Up To 4 Ft.* Timing...3 To 6 AM Early Tuesday Morning.* Beach Erosion Impacts...2 To 4 Ft Waves And High Storm Tide Maycause Beach Erosion Along The North Facing Shorelines Open Tothe Long Island Sound. A Few Exposed Water Front Structures Maybe Damaged.* Coastal Flooding Impacts...Potential For Flooding Of Vulnerableshore Roads....Most Likely Western L.I. Sound Water Levels For Early Tuesdaymorning High Tide...Coastal............Time Of......Forecast Total.....Flood.....Location...........High Tide.....Water Level.......Category......................................(Mllw)...................Kings Point Ny......455
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(CONTINUATION) Coastal Flood Watch issued January 26 at 6:15AM EST until January 27 at 7:00AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 7:15am
...Moderate Coastal Flooding Possible Overnight For Portions Ofthe Region During The Height Of The Blizzard......High Surf And Beach Erosion Expected......Coastal Flood Watch Remains In Effect From Late Tonightthrough Tuesday Morning...* Locations...Coasts Of The Eastern Long Island And Southeasternlong Island Including The Bays Between The Twin Forks Of Longisland.* Tidal Departures...Most Likely 2 To 3 Ft Above Astronomical Tidewith A Possibility Of 3 1/2.* Timing...1 To 7 AM Early Tuesday Morning.* Beach Erosion Impacts...Beach Erosion And Washovers Along Oceanfacing Barrier Beaches Of Eastern Long Island Due To 8 To 12 Ftwaves And High Storm Tide. In Addition...High Wave Action Willcause Beach Erosion Along North Facing Shorelines With Openexposure To Long Island Sound And Gardiners Bays. A Few Exposedwater Front Structures May Be Damaged.* Coastal Flooding Impacts...Potential For Flooding Of Vulnerableshore Roads....Most Likely Eastern L.I. Sound Water Levels For Early Tuesdaymorn
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Winter Weather Advisory issued January 26 at 4:17AM EST until January 28 at 1:00AM EST by NWS Albany

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 5:17am
...Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 1 PM This Afternoon To1 AM EST Wednesday...The National Weather Service In Albany Has Issued A Winterweather Advisory For Snow...Which Is In Effect From 1 PM Thisafternoon To 1 AM EST Wednesday. The Winter Storm Watch Is Nolonger In Effect.* Locations...Northern Warren County...And The Eastern Mohawkvalley Including All Of Fulton County.* Hazard Types...Snow.* Snow Accumulations...4 To 8 Inches.* Maximum Snowfall Rates...Up To An Inch Per Hour.* Timing...Snow Will Overspread The Region From Southwest Tonortheast By This Evening...And Will Continue Tonight Intotuesday...Before Gradually Tapering Off Late Tuesday Night.* Impacts...Dangerous Travel Conditions Due To Snow Coveredroadways And Low Visibility.* Winds...North 5 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.* Temperatures...5 To 15 Degrees.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Storm Warning issued January 26 at 4:17AM EST until January 28 at 1:00AM EST by NWS Albany

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 5:17am
...Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 1 PM Thisafternoon To 1 AM EST Wednesday...* Locations...Greater Capital Region...Helderbergs...Schohariecounty...Saratoga Region...Glens Falls Area And Northernwashington County.* Hazard Types...Heavy Snow.* Snow Accumulations...8 To 12 Inches.* Maximum Snowfall Rates...1 To 2 Inches Per Hour.* Timing...Snow Will Overspread The Region From Southwest Tonortheast By This Evening...And Will Continue Heavy At Times Tonightinto Tuesday...Before Gradually Tapering Off Late Tuesday Night.* Impacts...Dangerous Travel Conditions Due To Snow Coveredroadways And Low Visibility. Some Blowing And Drifting Snow Willalso Be Likely...Mainly In Rural Areas.* Winds...North 10 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.* Temperatures...10 To 20 Degrees.
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Winter Storm Warning issued January 26 at 3:36AM EST until January 27 at 6:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 4:36am
...Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 1 PM This Afternoon To6 PM EST Tuesday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Winterstorm Warning For Heavy Snow And Blowing Snow...Which Is In Effectfrom 1 PM This Afternoon To 6 PM EST Tuesday. The Winter Stormwatch Is No Longer In Effect.* Locations...Pike County Pa And Sullivan County Ny.* Hazards...Heavy Snow And Blowing Snow.* Accumulations...5 To 10 Inches Of Snow...Heaviest In Easternportions Of Pike And Sullivan Counties.* Impacts...Very Difficult Travel Especially Tonight Into Tuesday Withsnow Covered Roads And Low Visibility.* Timing...Only Light Snow Today...Then Snow Becoming Heavy Attimes Tonight Through Tuesday As The Storm Strengthens.* Temperatures...Mainly Upper Teens To Low 20S.* Winds...Northeast 10 To 20 Mph Late Today Into Tonight...Becomingnorth-Northwest Tuesday With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.
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Winter Weather Advisory issued January 26 at 3:36AM EST until January 27 at 6:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 4:36am
...Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 1 PM This Afternoon To6 PM EST Tuesday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Winterweather Advisory For Snow And Blowing Snow...Which Is In Effect From1 PM This Afternoon To 6 PM EST Tuesday. The Winter Storm Watch Isno Longer In Effect.* Locations...Wayne County Pa...And Otsego And Delaware Counties Ny.* Hazards...Snow And Blowing Snow.* Accumulations...3 To 7 Inches Of Snow...Heaviest In Easternportions Of Wayne...Otsego...And Delaware Counties.* Impacts...Difficult Travel Especially Tonight Into Tuesday Withsnow Covered Roads And Low Visibility.* Timing...Only Light Snow Today...Then Snow Becoming Heavy Attimes Tonight Through Tuesday As The Storm Strengthens.* Temperatures...Mainly Mid Teens To Low 20S.* Winds...Northeast 10 To 20 Mph Late Today Into Tonight...Becomingnorth-Northwest Tuesday With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.
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(CONTINUATION) Blizzard Warning issued January 26 at 3:29AM EST until January 28 at 12:00AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 4:29am
...Crippling And Potentially Historic Blizzard To Impact The Areafrom Late Today Into Tuesday......Blizzard Warning Remains In Effect From 1 PM This Afternoon Tomidnight EST Tuesday Night...* Locations...Western Passaic County In Northeast New Jersey...And Orange County New York.* Hazard Types...Heavy Snow And Blowing Snow...With Blizzardconditions.* Accumulations...Snow Accumulation Of 12 To 18 Inches. Snowfallrates Of 2 To 4 Inches Per Hour Expected Late Tonight Intotuesday Morning.* Winds...North 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 40 Mph.* Visibilities...One Quarter Mile Or Less At Times.* Temperatures...Around 20.* Timing...Light Snow Will Begin This Morning...With Accumulationsof 1 To 2 Inches Possible By Sunset. Snow Will Pick Up Inintensity This Evening...With The Heaviest Snow And Strongestwinds From About Midnight Into Tuesday Afternoon.* Impacts...Life-Threatening Conditions And Extremely Dangeroustravel Due To Heavy Snowfall And Strong Winds...With Whiteoutconditions. Many Roads
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(CONTINUATION) Blizzard Warning issued January 26 at 3:29AM EST until January 28 at 12:00AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 4:29am
...Crippling And Potentially Historic Blizzard To Impact The Areafrom Late Today Into Tuesday......Blizzard Warning Remains In Effect From 1 PM This Afternoon Tomidnight EST Tuesday Night...* Locations..Northeast New Jersey West Of The Garden Stateparkway...Rockland And Northern Westchester Counties Insoutheast New York...And Northern Fairfield County Insouthwest Connecticut.* Hazard Types...Heavy Snow And Blowing Snow...With Blizzardconditions.* Accumulations...Snow Accumulation Of 18 To 24 Inches. Snowfallrates Of 2 To 4 Inches Per Hour Expected Tonight Intotuesday Morning.* Winds...North 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 45 Mph.* Visibilities...One Quarter Mile Or Less At Times.* Temperatures...In The Lower 20S.* Timing...Light Snow Will Begin This Morning...With Accumulationsof 1 To 3 Inches Possible By Sunset. Snow Will Pick Up Inintensity This Evening...With The Heaviest Snow And Strongestwinds From About Midnight Into Tuesday Afternoon.* Impacts...Life-Threatening Conditions And Ext
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(CONTINUATION) Blizzard Warning issued January 25 at 10:10PM EST until January 28 at 12:00AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Sun, 01/25/2015 - 11:10pm
...Crippling And Potentially Historic Blizzard To Impact The Areafrom Late Monday Into Tuesday......Blizzard Warning Remains In Effect From 1 PM Monday Tomidnight EST Tuesday Night...* Locations...Western Passaic County In Northeast New Jersey...And Orange County New York.* Hazard Types...Heavy Snow And Blowing Snow...With Blizzardconditions.* Accumulations...Snow Accumulation Of 18 To 24 Inches. Snowfallrates Of 2 To 4 Inches Per Hour Expected Late Monday Night Intotuesday Morning.* Winds...North 20 To 30 Mph With Gusts Up To 45 Mph.* Visibilities...One Quarter Mile Or Less At Times.* Temperatures...Mid Teens To Lower 20S.* Timing...Light Snow Will Begin Monday Morning...Withaccumulations Of 1 To 2 Inches Possible By The Evening Rush.Snow Will Pick Up In Intensity Monday Evening...With Theheaviest Snow And Strongest Winds From About Midnight Mondaynight Into Tuesday Afternoon.* Impacts...Life-Threatening Conditions And Extremely Dangeroustravel Due To Heavy Snowfall And Strong Winds..
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(CONTINUATION) Blizzard Warning issued January 25 at 10:10PM EST until January 28 at 12:00AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Sun, 01/25/2015 - 11:10pm
...Crippling And Potentially Historic Blizzard To Impact The Areafrom Late Monday Into Tuesday......Blizzard Warning Remains In Effect From 1 PM Monday Tomidnight EST Tuesday Night...* Locations..Northeast New Jersey West Of The Garden Stateparkway...Rockland And Northern Westchester Counties Insoutheast New York...And Northern Fairfield County Insouthwest Connecticut.* Hazard Types...Heavy Snow And Blowing Snow...With Blizzardconditions.* Accumulations...Snow Accumulation Of 20 To 30 Inches. Snowfallrates Of 2 To 4 Inches Per Hour Expected Late Monday Night Intotuesday Morning.* Winds...North 25 To 35 Mph With Gusts Up To 50 Mph.* Visibilities...One Quarter Mile Or Less At Times.* Temperatures...Mid Teens To Mid 20S.* Timing...Light Snow Will Begin Monday Morning...Withaccumulations Of 1 To 3 Inches Possible By The Evening Rush.Snow Will Pick Up In Intensity Monday Evening...With Theheaviest Snow And Strongest Winds From About Midnight Mondaynight Into Tuesday Afternoon.* Impacts...Li
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Storm Warning issued January 25 at 9:20PM EST until January 28 at 1:00AM EST by NWS Albany

Sun, 01/25/2015 - 10:20pm
...Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 1 PM Monday To1 AM EST Wednesday...* Locations...Greater Capital Region...Helderbergs...Schohariecounty...Saratoga Region...Glens Falls Area And Northernwashington County.* Hazard Types...Heavy Snow.* Snow Accumulations...8 To 14 Inches.* Maximum Snowfall Rates...1 To 2 Inches Per Hour.* Timing...Snow Will Overspread The Region From Southwest Tonortheast Monday Afternoon...And Will Continue Heavy At Timesmonday Night Into Tuesday...Before Gradually Tapering Off Latetuesday Night.* Impacts...Dangerous Travel Conditions Due To Snow Coveredroadways And Low Visibility. Blowing And Drifting Snow Willalso Be Likely.* Winds...North 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.* Temperatures...In The Teens.
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