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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Advisory issued December 29 at 3:26PM EST until December 31 at 1:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 4:26pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 4 PM EST Thisafternoon......Lake Effect Snow Advisory In Effect From 7 AM Friday To 1 Amest Saturday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Lakeeffect Snow Advisory...Which Is In Effect From 7 AM Friday To1 AM EST Saturday.* Locations...Otsego County.* Hazard Types...Snow.* Accumulations...Total Snow Accumulations Of 3 To 5 Inchesthrough Late Afternoon. Steadier Snow Will End Late In The Day,With Only Scattered Light Snow Showers And Little Accumulationtonight. Locally Heavy Lake-Effect Snow Bands Will Impact Theregion Starting Friday Morning, Then Continue Into The Eveninghours. Total Lake-Effect Snow Accumulations Of 4 To 8 Inches Areexpected, In The Most Persistent Bands.* Timing...Steadier Afternoon Snow Ending By Around 4 PM. Heavierlake-Effect Snow Bands Entering The Region Friday Morning,Generally Between 5 And 8 AM.* Impacts...Snow Covered And Slippery Travel Conditions Areexpected. Blowing And Drifting Is Al
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Lake Effect Snow Advisory issued December 29 at 3:26PM EST until December 31 at 1:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 4:26pm
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory In Effect From 7 AM Friday To 1 Amest Saturday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Lakeeffect Snow Advisory...Which Is In Effect From 7 AM Friday To1 AM EST Saturday.* Locations...Southern Cayuga And Cortland Counties.* Hazard Types...Heavy Lake Effect Snow.* Accumulations...Locally Heavy Lake-Effect Snow Bands Will Impactthe Region Starting Friday Morning, Then Continue Into Theevening Hours. Total Lake-Effect Snow Accumulations Of 3 To 6Inches Are Expected, In The Most Persistent Bands, Especiallyfrom Near Auburn, Across Northern Portions Of Cortland County.* Timing...Heavier Lake-Effect Snow Bands Entering The Regionfriday Morning, Generally Between 5 And 8 AM.* Impacts...Snow Covered And Slippery Travel Conditions Areexpected. Blowing And Drifting Is Also Expected, In More Openareas.* Winds...West 10 To 20 Mph, With Gusts Up To 30 Mph.* Temperatures...In The Mid 20S.
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued December 29 at 3:26PM EST until December 31 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 4:26pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 4 PM EST Thisafternoon......Lake Effect Snow Warning In Effect From 7 PM This Evening To7 AM EST Saturday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Lakeeffect Snow Warning...Which Is In Effect From 7 PM This Eveningto 7 AM EST Saturday.* Locations...Northern Oneida County.* Hazard Types...Snow.* Accumulations...Total Snow Accumulations Of 4 To 8 Inchesthrough Late Afternoon, With Steadier Snow Ending For A Timelate In The Day Into The Early Evening. Later This Evening,Locally Heavy Lake-Effect Snow Will Develop, Continuingperiodically Through Late Friday Night Or Early Saturday. Lake-Effect Snow Totals Of 6 To 12 Inches Are Expected, With Thegreatest Amounts West Of State Route 26 And North Of Oneidalake.* Timing...Steady Afternoon Snow Ending By Around 4 PM. Lake-Effect Snow Bands Will Drop Into The Region Between 8 And 11 Pmthis Evening. Snowfall Rates Of 1 To 2 Inches Per Hour Arepossible In The Most Persistent Bands
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued December 29 at 3:26PM EST until December 31 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 4:26pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 4 PM EST Thisafternoon......Lake Effect Snow Warning In Effect From 1 AM Friday To 7 Amest Saturday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Lakeeffect Snow Warning...Which Is In Effect From 1 AM Friday To 7 Amest Saturday.* Locations...Southern Oneida County.* Hazard Types...Snow.* Accumulations...Total Snow Accumulations Of 3 To 6 Inchesthrough Late Afternoon, With Steadier Snow Ending For A Timelate In The Day And This Evening. Overnight, Locally Heavy Lake-Effect Snow Will Develop, Continuing Periodically Through Latefriday Night Or Early Saturday. Lake-Effect Snow Totals Of 6 To12 Inches Are Expected, With The Greatest Amounts South Of Thethruway, Near The Madison County Line.* Timing...Steady Afternoon Snow Ending By Around 4 PM. Lake-Effect Snow Bands Will Drop Into The Region Overnight, Between11 PM And 3 AM. Snowfall Rates Of 1 To 2 Inches Per Hour Arepossible In The Most Persistent Bands On Friday.* Impacts..
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Lake Effect Snow Warning issued December 29 at 3:26PM EST until December 31 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 4:26pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning In Effect From 1 AM Friday To 7 Amest Saturday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Lakeeffect Snow Warning...Which Is In Effect From 1 AM Friday To 7 Amest Saturday.* Locations...Onondaga And Madison Counties.* Hazard Types...Heavy Lake Effect Snow.* Accumulations...Total Snow Accumulations Of 6 To 12 Inches Inthe Most Persistent Bands, From Later Tonight Through Earlysaturday.* Timing...Lake-Effect Snow Bands Will Drop Into The Region Latertonight Or Early Friday, Between Midnight And 4 AM. Snow Willthen Continue Until Later Friday Night Or Early Saturday. Snowfallrates Of 1 To 2 Inches Per Hour Are Possible In The Mostpersistent Bands On Friday.* Winds...West 10 To 20 Mph, With Gusts Up To 30 Mph.* Temperatures...In The Mid 20S.
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 29 at 3:26PM EST until December 29 at 4:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 4:26pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 4 PM EST Thisafternoon......Lake Effect Snow Advisory In Effect From 7 AM Friday To 1 Amest Saturday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Lakeeffect Snow Advisory...Which Is In Effect From 7 AM Friday To1 AM EST Saturday.* Locations...Otsego County.* Hazard Types...Snow.* Accumulations...Total Snow Accumulations Of 3 To 5 Inchesthrough Late Afternoon. Steadier Snow Will End Late In The Day,With Only Scattered Light Snow Showers And Little Accumulationtonight. Locally Heavy Lake-Effect Snow Bands Will Impact Theregion Starting Friday Morning, Then Continue Into The Eveninghours. Total Lake-Effect Snow Accumulations Of 4 To 8 Inches Areexpected, In The Most Persistent Bands.* Timing...Steadier Afternoon Snow Ending By Around 4 PM. Heavierlake-Effect Snow Bands Entering The Region Friday Morning,Generally Between 5 And 8 AM.* Impacts...Snow Covered And Slippery Travel Conditions Areexpected. Blowing And Drifting Is Al
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 29 at 3:26PM EST until December 29 at 4:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 4:26pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 4 PM EST Thisafternoon......Lake Effect Snow Warning In Effect From 7 PM This Evening To7 AM EST Saturday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Lakeeffect Snow Warning...Which Is In Effect From 7 PM This Eveningto 7 AM EST Saturday.* Locations...Northern Oneida County.* Hazard Types...Snow.* Accumulations...Total Snow Accumulations Of 4 To 8 Inchesthrough Late Afternoon, With Steadier Snow Ending For A Timelate In The Day Into The Early Evening. Later This Evening,Locally Heavy Lake-Effect Snow Will Develop, Continuingperiodically Through Late Friday Night Or Early Saturday. Lake-Effect Snow Totals Of 6 To 12 Inches Are Expected, With Thegreatest Amounts West Of State Route 26 And North Of Oneidalake.* Timing...Steady Afternoon Snow Ending By Around 4 PM. Lake-Effect Snow Bands Will Drop Into The Region Between 8 And 11 Pmthis Evening. Snowfall Rates Of 1 To 2 Inches Per Hour Arepossible In The Most Persistent Bands
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 29 at 3:26PM EST until December 29 at 4:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 4:26pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 4 PM EST Thisafternoon......Lake Effect Snow Warning In Effect From 1 AM Friday To 7 Amest Saturday...The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Lakeeffect Snow Warning...Which Is In Effect From 1 AM Friday To 7 Amest Saturday.* Locations...Southern Oneida County.* Hazard Types...Snow.* Accumulations...Total Snow Accumulations Of 3 To 6 Inchesthrough Late Afternoon, With Steadier Snow Ending For A Timelate In The Day And This Evening. Overnight, Locally Heavy Lake-Effect Snow Will Develop, Continuing Periodically Through Latefriday Night Or Early Saturday. Lake-Effect Snow Totals Of 6 To12 Inches Are Expected, With The Greatest Amounts South Of Thethruway, Near The Madison County Line.* Timing...Steady Afternoon Snow Ending By Around 4 PM. Lake-Effect Snow Bands Will Drop Into The Region Overnight, Between11 PM And 3 AM. Snowfall Rates Of 1 To 2 Inches Per Hour Arepossible In The Most Persistent Bands On Friday.* Impacts..
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(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 29 at 3:26PM EST until December 29 at 4:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 4:26pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until 4 PM EST Thisafternoon...* Locations...Sullivan And Delaware Counties In Central New York.Pike And Wayne Counties In Northeast Pennsylvania.* Hazard Types...Snow.* Accumulations...Total Snow Accumulations Of 2 To 5 Inches Bylate Afternoon.* Timing...Steadier Snow Ending By Around 4 PM.* Impacts...Snow Covered And Slippery Travel Conditions.* Winds...Southwest 5 To 10 Mph, With Gusts Up To 20 Mph.* Temperatures...In The Lower 30S.
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I-87 (Northway) Southbound left lane closed between Exit 24 and Exit 23 due to a crash at 2:45 PM - Warren Co.

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 3:48pm
I-87 (Northway) Southbound left lane closed between Exit 24 and Exit 23 in the Town of Warrensburg/Lake George due to a crash at 2:45 PM - Warren Co.
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Route 190 East & West is closed between Duley Rd and Recore Rd due to a crash at 2:30 PM - Clinton Co.

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 3:38pm
Route 190 East & West is closed between Duley Rd (Town of Altona) and Recore Rd (Town of Chazy) due to a crash at 2:30 PM - Clinton Co.
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(EXTENSION - time) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 29 at 2:38PM EST until December 29 at 8:00PM EST by NWS Albany

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 3:38pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Now In Effect Until 8 PM EST Thisevening...* Locations...The Mid Hudson Valley...Central And Southerntaconics...And Litchfield Hills.* Hazard Types...Snow.* Snow Accumulations...Total Of 2 To 5 Inches...With 3 To 6Inches Across The Higher Terrain Of The Taconics And Northernlitchfield County.* Timing...Snow Will Continue This Afternoon. Some Rain May Mixin At Times This Afternoon. Snow Will Taper Off This Evening.* Maximum Snowfall Rates...One Half To One Inch Per Hour...Mainly This Afternoon Into Early This Evening.* Impacts...Hazardous Driving Conditions Due To Snow Coveredroads And Poor Visibility.* Winds...Southeast 5 To 15 Mph Today...Becoming Northwest Andincreasing To 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph Tonight.* Visibilities...Less Than One Half Mile At Times.* Temperatures...In The Upper 20S To Mid 30S.
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(EXTENSION - time) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 29 at 2:38PM EST until December 29 at 8:00PM EST by NWS Albany

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 3:38pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Now In Effect Until 8 PM EST Thisevening...* Locations...Southern Adirondacks...Schoharie Valley...Lakegeorge Saratoga Region...Capital District...Eastern Catskillsand Northern Taconics.* Hazard Types...Snow.* Snow Accumulations...Total 3 To 5 Inches In The Capitaldistrict... With 4 To 8 Inches Elsewhere. Greatest Amountsacross The Southern Adirondacks And Saratoga Region.* Timing...Snow Will Continue This Afternoon...Before Taperingoff This Evening.* Maximum Snowfall Rates...One Half To One Inch Per Hour Thisafternoon.* Impacts...Hazardous Driving Conditions Due To Snow Coveredroads And Poor Visibility.* Winds...Southeast 5 To 15 Mph Today...Becoming Northwest Andincreasing To 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph Tonight.* Temperatures...In The Upper 20S To Mid 30S.* Visibilities...Less Than One Half Mile At Times.
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(EXTENSION - time) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 29 at 2:38PM EST until December 29 at 8:00PM EST by NWS Albany

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 3:38pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Now In Effect Until 8 PM EST Thisevening......Lake Effect Snow Advisory In Effect From 8 PM This Evening To10 PM EST Friday...The National Weather Service In Albany Has Issued A Lake Effectsnow Advisory...Which Is In Effect From 8 PM This Evening To10 PM EST Friday.* Locations...Western Adirondacks Mohawk Valley.* Hazard Types...Lake Effect Snow.* Snow Accumulations...Total Accumulation Into Early Evening 3 To7 Inches...Then Additional 3 To 6 Inches In Most Persistent Lakeeffect Snow Bands From Later This Evening Into Friday Evening.* Timing...Snow Will End Later This Afternoon Or Early Evening.Then Lake Effect Snow Develops Later This Evening Intotonight...Lasting Through Friday And Into Friday Evening.* Maximum Snowfall Rates...One Half Inch Per Hour This Afternoon.* Impacts...Hazardous Driving Conditions Due To Snow Coveredroads And Poor Visibility.* Winds...Southeast 5 To 15 Mph Today...Becoming Northwest Andincreasing To 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 30
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(EXTENSION - time) Lake Effect Snow Advisory issued December 29 at 2:38PM EST until December 30 at 10:00PM EST by NWS Albany

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 3:38pm
...Winter Weather Advisory Now In Effect Until 8 PM EST Thisevening......Lake Effect Snow Advisory In Effect From 8 PM This Evening To10 PM EST Friday...The National Weather Service In Albany Has Issued A Lake Effectsnow Advisory...Which Is In Effect From 8 PM This Evening To10 PM EST Friday.* Locations...Western Adirondacks Mohawk Valley.* Hazard Types...Lake Effect Snow.* Snow Accumulations...Total Accumulation Into Early Evening 3 To7 Inches...Then Additional 3 To 6 Inches In Most Persistent Lakeeffect Snow Bands From Later This Evening Into Friday Evening.* Timing...Snow Will End Later This Afternoon Or Early Evening.Then Lake Effect Snow Develops Later This Evening Intotonight...Lasting Through Friday And Into Friday Evening.* Maximum Snowfall Rates...One Half Inch Per Hour This Afternoon.* Impacts...Hazardous Driving Conditions Due To Snow Coveredroads And Poor Visibility.* Winds...Southeast 5 To 15 Mph Today...Becoming Northwest Andincreasing To 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 30
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Advisory issued December 29 at 2:33PM EST until December 31 at 4:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 3:33pm
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Remains In Effect From 1 AM Fridayto 4 AM EST Saturday...* Locations...Monroe And Orleans Counties. Greatest Snow Amountsalong And North Of Route 104.* Timing...From Overnight Tonight Through Late Friday Night.* Accumulations...An Inch Overnight...1 To 3 Inches Friday...And1 To 2 Inches Friday Night...Leading To Storm Totals Of 3 To 6Inches In The Most Persistent Lake Snows.* Winds...West 20 To 30 Mph With Gusts Up To 40 Mph Producingblowing And Drifting Snow.* Visibilities...Less Than A Half Mile At Times.* Impacts...Accumulating Lake Effect Snow And Gusty Winds Willcreate Difficult Travel At Times With Poor Visibility And Snowcovered Roads.
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Advisory issued December 29 at 2:33PM EST until December 30 at 10:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 3:33pm
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Remains In Effect Until 10 PM Estfriday...* Locations...Allegany County. Greatest Snow Amounts Across Thehigher Terrain In The Western Portion Of The County.* Timing...From Late This Afternoon Through Late Friday Evening.* Accumulations...An Inch Or Less Late This Afternoon...2 To 4Inches Tonight...2 To 4 Inches Friday...And An Inch Or Lessfriday Evening...Leading To Storm Totals Of 5 To 8 Inches Inthe Most Persistent Lake Snows.* Winds...West 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph Producingblowing And Drifting Snow.* Visibilities...Less Than A Half Mile At Times.* Impacts...Accumulating Lake Effect Snow And Gusty Winds Willcreate Difficult Travel At Times With Poor Visibility And Snowcovered Roads.
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued December 29 at 2:33PM EST until December 30 at 10:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 3:33pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect From 7 PM Thisevening To 10 PM EST Friday...* Locations...Jefferson And Lewis Counties. Greatest Snowamounts Will Be Focused Across The Higher Terrain Of The Tughill Plateau.* Timing...From Early This Evening Through Late Friday Evening.* Accumulations...4 To 8 Inches Tonight...4 To 6 Inches Friday...And An Inch Friday Evening...Leading To Storm Totals Of 9 To 15Inches In The Most Persistent Lake Snows.* Winds...West 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph Producingblowing And Drifting Snow.* Visibilities...Less Than A Quarter Mile At Times.* Impacts...Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Gusty Winds Will Bringvery Difficult Travel Tonight Through Friday Night With Deepsnow Cover On Roads And Very Poor Visibility.Experimental Content Below...Do Not Use Operationallyplease See Below Links For More Information On This Experimenthttp://Www.Weather.Gov/Buf/Polygon_Pddhttp://Www.Nws.Noaa.Gov/Os/Notification/Pns15lake_Effect_Snowaaa.Htmto View The Experimenta
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued December 29 at 2:33PM EST until December 31 at 4:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 3:33pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect From 7 PM Thisevening To 4 AM EST Saturday...* Locations...Oswego County.* Timing...From Early This Evening Through Late Friday Night.* Accumulations...4 To 8 Inches Tonight...3 To 5 Inches Friday...And 3 To 6 Inches Friday Night...Leading To Storm Totals Of 8To 15 Inches In The Most Persistent Lake Snows.* Winds...West 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 40 Mph Producingsignificant Blowing And Drifting Snow.* Visibilities...Less Than A Quarter Mile At Times.* Impacts...Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Strong Winds Will Bringvery Difficult Travel Tonight Through Friday Night With Deepsnow Cover On Roads And Very Poor Visibility. This Includesinterstate 81 From The Jefferson County Line To Brewerton.Experimental Content Below...Do Not Use Operationallyplease See Below Links For More Information On This Experimenthttp://Www.Weather.Gov/Buf/Polygon_Pddhttp://Www.Nws.Noaa.Gov/Os/Notification/Pns15lake_Effect_Snowaaa.Htmto View The Experimental Polygons Ple
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued December 29 at 2:33PM EST until December 31 at 4:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Thu, 12/29/2016 - 3:33pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect From 1 AM Friday To4 AM EST Saturday...* Locations...Wayne And Northern Cayuga Counties. Greatest Snowamounts Expected East Of Sodus Bay.* Timing...From Overnight Tonight Through Late Friday Night.* Accumulations...1 To 3 Inches Overnight...4 To 6 Inchesfriday...And 4 To 7 Inches Friday Night...Leading To Stormtotals Of 8 To 14 Inches In The Most Persistent Lake Snows.* Winds...West 20 To 30 Mph With Gusts Up To 40 Mph Producingsignificant Blowing And Drifting Snow.* Visibilities...Less Than A Quarter Mile At Times.* Impacts...Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Strong Winds Will Producevery Difficult Travel Late Tonight Through Friday Night.Blowing And Drifting Snow Will Result In Very Poor Visibilitywith Deep Snow Cover On Roads.Experimental Content Below...Do Not Use Operationallyplease See Below Links For More Information On This Experimenthttp://Www.Weather.Gov/Buf/Polygon_Pddhttp://Www.Nws.Noaa.Gov/Os/Notification/Pns15lake_Effect_Snowaaa.Htmt
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