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Wind Advisory issued December 08 at 3:53PM EST until December 09 at 6:00PM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 3:53pm
...Nor`Easter Will Bring Strong Winds On Tuesday......Wind Advisory In Effect From 8 AM To 5 PM EST Tuesday...The National Weather Service In New York Has Issued A Windadvisory...Which Is In Effect From 8 AM To 5 PM EST Tuesday.* Locations...New York City...Coastal Southwesternconnecticut...Southern Westchester And Nassau.* Hazards...High Winds.* Winds...Northeast 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 40 Mph. Gusts Ashigh As 50 Mph At The Immediate Coast And The Large Bridgesaround New York City.* Timing...Strongest Winds Are Expected In The Morning Into Theearly Afternoon.* Impacts...Localized Power Outages From Downed Tree Limbs Arepossible...Possible Damage To Holiday Decorations.
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Wind Advisory issued December 08 at 3:53PM EST until December 09 at 6:00PM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 3:53pm
...Nor`Easter Will Bring Strong Winds On Tuesday......Wind Advisory In Effect From 8 AM To 5 PM EST Tuesday...The National Weather Service In New York Has Issued A Windadvisory...Which Is In Effect From 8 AM To 5 PM EST Tuesday.* Locations...Southeastern Coastal Connecticut And Suffolk Countylong Island. Highest Winds Are Expected Along The Immediate Coast.* Hazards...Strong Winds.* Winds...Northeast 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 40 To 50 Mph.Highest Winds Are Expected Along The Immediate Coast.* Timing...Strongest Winds Are Expected In The Morning Into Theearly Afternoon.* Impacts...Localized Power Outages From Downed Tree Limbs Arepossible...Possible Damage To Holiday Decorations.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Storm Watch issued December 08 at 3:38PM EST until December 11 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 3:38pm
...Winter Storm Watch Remains In Effect From Tuesday Afternoonthrough Thursday Morning...* Locations...Eastern Lake Ontario Region.* Timing...Late Tuesday Afternoon Through Early Thursday Morning.* Hazards...An Extended Period Of Moderate Snow.* Accumulations...Snow Potentially Accumulating 6 To 12 Inches.Greatest Amounts Expected Across The Higher Terrain Of The Tughill And Western Foothills Of The Adirondacks.* Winds...Northwest 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 35 Mph.* Visibilities...Less Than A Half Mile A Times.* Impacts...An Extended Period Of Moderate Snow Will Result Insnow Covered And Slippery Roads.* Forecaster Confidence...There Remains Some Uncertainty Withrespect To The Track Of The Low Pressure System And Location Ofheaviest Snow.
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(EXTENSION - time, area) Winter Storm Watch issued December 08 at 3:38PM EST until December 12 at 4:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 3:38pm
...Winter Storm Watch In Effect From Late Tuesday Night Throughlate Thursday Night...The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A Winter Stormwatch...Which Is In Effect From Late Tuesday Night Through Latethursday Night.* Locations...Erie...Niagara...Chautauqua...Cattaraugus...Andallegany Counties.* Timing...Late Tuesday Night Through Late Thursday Night.* Hazards...An Extended Period Of Moderate Snow.* Accumulations...Snow Potentially Accumulating 6 To 12 Inches.Greatest Amounts Expected Across The Higher Terrain South Ofthe Thruway.* Winds...Northwest 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 35 Mph.* Visibilities...Less Than A Half Mile A Times.* Impacts...An Extended Period Of Moderate Snow Will Result Insnow Covered And Slippery Roads.* Forecaster Confidence...There Remains Some Uncertainty Withrespect To The Track Of The Low Pressure System And Location Ofheaviest Snow.
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(EXTENSION - time) Winter Storm Watch issued December 08 at 3:38PM EST until December 12 at 4:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 3:38pm
...Winter Storm Watch Now In Effect From Late Tuesday Nightthrough Late Thursday Night...* Locations...Orleans...Genesee...Wyoming...Monroe...Wayne...Northern Cayuga...Livingston...And Ontario Counties.* Timing...Overnight Tuesday Night Through Late Thursday Night.* Hazards...An Extended Period Of Moderate Snow.* Accumulations...Snow Potentially Accumulating 6 To 12 Inches.Greatest Amounts Expected Across The Higher Terrain South Of Thethruway.* Winds...Northwest 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 35 Mph.* Visibilities...Less Than A Half Mile A Times.* Impacts...An Extended Period Of Moderate Snow Will Result Insnow Covered And Slippery Roads.* Forecaster Confidence...There Remains Some Uncertainty Withrespect To The Track Of The Low Pressure System And Location Ofheaviest Snow.
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UPDATE: N/B I-87/MDE at Macombs Dam Bridge center lane blocked 3:13PM due to a Disabled Fuel Truck, est 2hrs, Bronx Co.

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 3:13pm
UPDATE: N/B I-87/MDE at Macombs Dam Bridge center lane blocked 3:13PM due to a Disabled Fuel Truck, est 2hrs, Bronx Co. Delays are back to RFK Bridge.
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Winter Storm Warning issued December 08 at 3:00PM EST until December 10 at 5:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 3:00pm
...Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 11 AM Tuesday To 5 PM Estwednesday...The National Weather Service In Burlington Has Issued A Winterstorm Warning For Heavy Snow...Which Is In Effect From 11 Amtuesday To 5 PM EST Wednesday. The Winter Storm Watch Is No Longerin Effect.* Locations...The Northern Champlain Valley Of Vermont And Newyork...As Well As The Northeast Kingdom Of Vermont.* Hazard Types...Heavy Wet Snow And Mixed Precipitation.* Accumulations...6 To 10 Inches Of Heavy Dense Snow...Along Witharound A Trace Of Ice.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...Up To 1 Inch Per Hour...Mainly Tuesdayafternoon Through Midnight.* Timing...Light Snow Will Spread From South To North Across Thearea Tuesday And Become Heavy During The Afternoon And Eveninghours. Heavy Snow Will Lighten Early Wednesday Morning Butcontinue Through The Day...Mixing With Rain And Sleet At Timesespecially Across Vermont.* Impacts...Travel Conditions Will Become Difficult Due To Snowcovered Roads And Visibilities Will Drop Sha
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Winter Storm Warning issued December 08 at 3:00PM EST until December 10 at 5:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 3:00pm
...Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 11 AM Tuesday To 5 PM Estwednesday...The National Weather Service In Burlington Has Issued A Winterstorm Warning For Heavy Snow...Which Is In Effect From 11 Amtuesday To 5 PM EST Wednesday. The Winter Storm Watch Is No Longerin Effect.* Locations...The Northern Adirondacks Of New York...As Well Ascentral And Southern Portions Of Vermont.* Hazard Types...Heavy Wet Snow And Mixed Precipitation.* Accumulations...8 To 12 Inches Of Heavy Wet Snow...Along Witharound A Trace Of Ice.* Maximum Snowfall Rate...1 To 2 Inches Per Hour...Mainly Tuesdayafternoon And Evening.* Timing...Light Snow Will Spread From South To North Across Thearea Tuesday And Become Heavy During The Afternoon And Eveninghours. Heavy Snow Will Lighten Early Wednesday Morning Butcontinue Through The Day...Mixing With Rain And Sleet At Timesespecially Across Vermont.* Impacts...Travel Conditions Will Become Difficult Due To Snowcovered Roads And Visibilities Will Drop Sharply In The Hea
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Route 56 N-S from Stark Rd to Trim Rd in the town of Colton alternating one way traffic due to a crash at 2:45pm - St. Lawrence County

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 2:55pm
.Route 56 N-S from Stark Rd to Trim Rd in the town of Colton alternating one way traffic due to a crash at 2:45pm - St. Lawrence County
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Winter Storm Warning issued December 08 at 2:49PM EST until December 11 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 2:49pm
...Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 10 AM Tuesday To 7 AM Estthursday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Winterstorm Warning For Snow...Which Is In Effect From 10 AM Tuesday To7 AM EST Thursday. The Winter Storm Watch Is No Longer In Effect.* Locations...Madison And Oneida County.* Hazards...Light Snow Will Move In By Mid-Morning And Mix Withrain Through The Day On Tuesday. Snow Will Continue Tuesdaynight Through Thursday Morning.* Accumulations...8 To 14 Inches Of Snow.* Timing...Light Snow Will Begin By Mid-Morning Then Mix With Rainduring The Day Before Becoming All Snow Late Tuesday Afternoonand Continuing Overnight On Tuesday, Heavy At Times. Steady Snowwill Continue Into Thursday Morning.* Temperatures...Around 30.* Winds...North 5 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.* Impacts...Travel Will Become Dangerous During The Overnighthours In Heavy Snow. Slippery Travel Can Be Expected Throughthursday Morning.
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Winter Storm Warning issued December 08 at 2:49PM EST until December 11 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 2:49pm
...Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 10 AM Tuesday To 7 AM Estthursday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Winterstorm Warning For Snow...Which Is In Effect From 10 AM Tuesday To7 AM EST Thursday. The Winter Storm Watch Is No Longer In Effect.* Locations...Eastern Finger Lakes.* Hazards...Light Snow Will Move In By Mid-Morning And Mix Withrain Through The Day On Tuesday. Snow Will Continue Tuesdaynight Through Thursday Morning.* Accumulations...8 To 12 Inches Of Snow.* Timing...Light Snow Will Begin By Mid-Morning Then Mix With Rainduring The Day Before Becoming All Snow Late Tuesday Afternoonand Continuing Overnight On Tuesday, Heavy At Times. Steady Snowwill Continue Into Thursday Morning.* Temperatures...In The Lower 30S.* Winds...Northwest 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph.* Impacts...Travel Will Become Dangerous During The Overnighthours In Heavy Snow. Slippery Travel Can Be Expected Throughthursday Morning.
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Winter Storm Warning issued December 08 at 2:49PM EST until December 11 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 2:49pm
...Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 7 AM Tuesday To 7 AM Estthursday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Winterstorm Warning For Snow, Sleet And Freezing Rain...Which Is In Effectfrom 7 AM Tuesday To 7 AM EST Thursday. The Winter Storm Watch Isno Longer In Effect.* Locations...Central Southern Tier And Portions Of The Easternfinger Lakes.* Hazards...Freezing Rain And Sleet Will Move In Around Daybreakthen Become Snow Late In The Afternoon And Continuing Heavy Attime On Tuesday Night. Steady Snow Will Continue Throughthursday Morning.* Accumulations...8 To 12 Inches Of Snow.* Timing...Freezing Rain And Sleet Will Move In After Daybreak.Becoming Snow Late Tuesday Afternoon And Continuing Overnight Ontuesday, Heavy At Times. Steady Snow Will Continue Into Thursdaymorning.* Temperatures...In The Lower 30S.* Winds...Northwest 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph.* Impacts...Freezing Rain And Sleet During The Day On Tuesday Willresult In Hazardous Travel. Travel Will
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Winter Storm Warning issued December 08 at 2:49PM EST until December 11 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 2:49pm
...Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 7 AM Tuesday To 7 AM Estthursday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Winterstorm Warning For Snow, Sleet And Freezing Rain...Which Is Ineffect From 7 AM Tuesday To 7 AM EST Thursday. The Winter Stormwatch Is No Longer In Effect.* Locations...Portions Of Central New York And The Western Catskills.* Hazards...Freezing Rain And Sleet Will Move In Around Daybreakthen Become Snow Late In The Afternoon And Continuing Heavy Attime On Tuesday Night. Steady Snow Will Continue Throughthursday Morning.* Accumulations...8 To 14 Inches Of Snow, With Lower Amounts Inthe Valleys And Higher Accumulations In The Higher Terrain. Atenth Of An Inch Of Ice In The Higher Elevations.* Timing...Freezing Rain And Sleet Will Move In After Daybreak.Becoming Snow Late Tuesday Afternoon And Continuing Overnight Ontuesday, Heavy At Times. Steady Snow Will Continue Into Thursdaymorning.* Temperatures...In The Upper 20S.* Winds...North 10 To 20 Mph With Gus
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Winter Storm Warning issued December 08 at 2:49PM EST until December 11 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 2:49pm
...Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 7 AM Tuesday To 7 AM Estthursday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Winterstorm Warning For Snow, Sleet And Freezing Rain...Which Is In Effectfrom 7 AM Tuesday To 7 AM EST Thursday. The Winter Storm Watch Isno Longer In Effect.* Locations...Tioga County New York And Bradford County Pennsylvania.* Hazards...Freezing Rain And Sleet Will Move In Around Daybreakthen Become Snow Late In The Afternoon And Continuing Heavy Attime On Tuesday Night. Steady Snow Will Continue Throughthursday Morning.* Accumulations...8 To 12 Inches Of Snow. A Tenth Of An Inch Ofice Expected At Higher Elevations.* Timing...Freezing Rain And Sleet Will Move In After Daybreak.Becoming Snow Late Tuesday Afternoon And Continuing Overnight Ontuesday, Heavy At Times. Steady Snow Will Continue Into Thursdaymorning.* Temperatures...In The Lower 30S.* Winds...Northwest 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.* Impacts...Freezing Rain And Sleet During The Day On Tu
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Winter Storm Warning issued December 08 at 2:49PM EST until December 11 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 2:49pm
...Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 4 AM Tuesday To 7 AM Estthursday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Winterstorm Warning For Snow, Sleet And Freezing Rain...Which Is In Effectfrom 4 AM Tuesday To 7 AM EST Thursday. The Winter Storm Watch Isno Longer In Effect.* Locations...Poconos, Wyoming And Lackawanna Valleys In Northeastpennsylvania And Sullivan County New York.* Hazards...Freezing Rain And Sleet Will Move In Before Daybreakthen Become Snow Late In The Afternoon And Continuing Heavy Attime On Tuesday Night. Steady Snow Will Continue Throughthursday Morning.* Accumulations...8 To 12 Inches Of Snow, With Lower Amounts Inthe Valleys And Higher Accumulations In The Higher Terrain. Atenth To One Quarter Of An Inch Of Ice In The Higher Elevations.* Timing...Freezing Rain And Sleet Will Move In Before Daybreak.Becoming Snow Late Tuesday Afternoon And Continuing Overnight Ontuesday, Heavy At Times. Steady Snow Will Continue Into Thursdaymorning.* Temperatures..
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(CONTINUATION) Coastal Flood Advisory issued December 08 at 10:55AM EST until December 08 at 11:00AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 10:55am
...Nor`Easter Will Bring Minor To Moderate Coastal Flooding Alongwith Significant Atlantic Facing Beach Erosion Through Tomorrow......Coastal Flood Advisory Remains In Effect From 7 AM To 11 Amest Tuesday......Coastal Flood Advisory Will Expire At 11 AM EST This Morning...* Locations...South Shore Locations Prone To Coastal Flooding.* Tidal Departures...Around 2 Feet.* Timing...Tides Are Receding This Morning As The High Tide Haspassed. Next Time For Coastal Flooding Will Occur With Thehigher Of The Two Daily High Tides On Tuesday Morning.* Impacts...Minor Flooding Of Flood Prone Regions. Flooding Ontuesday Morning Is Expected To Be Similar To That That Occurredthis Morning...Perhaps A Few Inches Higher. Significant Beacherosion Is Likely As Large East Southeast Swells Of 6 To 8 Ftbreak On The Atlantic Facing Beaches....South Shore Bays Water Levels For Tuesday Morning...Coastal............Time Of......Forecast Total.....Flood.....Location...........High Tide.....Water Level.......Cate
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(CONTINUATION) Coastal Flood Advisory issued December 08 at 10:55AM EST until December 08 at 1:00PM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 10:55am
...Nor`Easter Will Bring Minor To Moderate Coastal Flooding Alongwith Significant Atlantic Facing Beach Erosion Through Tomorrow......Coastal Flood Advisory Remains In Effect Until 1 PM EST Thisafternoon......Coastal Flood Watch Remains In Effect From Tuesday Morningthrough Tuesday Afternoon...* Locations...Locations Bordering Western Long Island Sound Fromnorthwest Suffolk County Through Queens And The Bronx And Outthrough New Haven County.* Tidal Departures...Around 1 1/2 Feet Today...And 2-3 Feet Ontuesday.* Timing...High Tide Cycles Early This Afternoon And Tuesdayafternoon.* Impacts...Minor Flooding Of The Most Vulnerable Shore Roadsand/Or Basements Due To Height Of Storm Tide Or Wavesplashover. Majority Of Roads Remain Passable With Onlyisolated Closures. There Is No Significant Threat To Life Andany Impact On Property Is Minimal....Western L.I. Sound Water Levels For Monday Afternoon...Coastal............Time Of......Forecast Total.....Flood.....Location...........High Tide.....
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