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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Watch issued January 05 at 9:44PM EST until January 08 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/05/2015 - 10:44pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Esttuesday......Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect From 5 PM Tuesdayto 10 AM EST Wednesday......Wind Chill Watch In Effect From Wednesday Afternoon Throughthursday Morning...The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A Wind Chillwatch...Which Is In Effect From Wednesday Afternoon Throughthursday Morning.* Locations...Lewis County.* Timing...Through Late Wednesday Morning. A Band Of Heavy Lakeeffect Snow Will Weaken As It Moves Into Lewis County Tonight.* Accumulations...The Snows Will Come In Two Rounds. The Firstround Tonight And Early Tuesday Morning Will Bring Stormtotals Of 5 To 8 Inches...With The Most Persistent Snowsacross Southwestern Portions Of The County On The Tug Hillplateau. The Second Round Tuesday Evening Through Wednesdaymorning Will Bring An Additional 10 To 20 Inches. Again...Thegreatest Accumulations Will Be On The Tug Hill.* Winds...West 10 To 20 Mph.* Wind Chill...As Low As 30 Below Wednesday
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Special Weather Statement issued January 05 at 9:43PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/05/2015 - 10:43pm
...Lake Effect Snow Will Continue To Impact Northern Oswego County...* At 939 PM EST...National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated Alake Effect Snow Band Capable Of Producing Snowfall Rates Of 1 To 2Inches Per Hour...And Visibility Of A Quarter Of A Mile Or Less.This Lake Effect Snow Band Was Located From Mexico Bay Inland Topulaski And Redfield.* Some Locations Affected By The Lake Effect Snow Band Include...Port Ontario...Pulaski And Sandy Creek...Salmon River Reservoir...Redfield...This Includes Interstate 81 Between Exits 34 And 37.Driving Within This Snow Band Will Be Difficult At Times With Snowcovered And Slippery Roadways. If Traveling Across The Area Slow Downand Be Prepared For Rapidly Changing Road And Weather Conditions.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 05 at 9:22PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/05/2015 - 10:22pm
...Lake Effect Snow Will Continue To Impact Extreme Northernchautauqua And Southern Erie Counties This Evening...* At 912 PM EST...National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated Alake Effect Snow Band Capable Of Producing Snowfall Rates Of 1 To 2Inches Per Hour...And Visibility Of A Quarter Of A Mile Or Less.This Lake Effect Snow Band Was Located Along The Lake Erieshoreline From Dunkirk To Sturgeon Point.* Some Locations Affected By The Lake Effect Snow Band Include...Silver Creek And Sunset Bay...Lake Erie Beach...Angola And Evans...North Collins...Derby...Lake View...Eden And Hamburg...* The Strong Winds Will Combine With The Intense Cold To Producedangerous Wind Chill Values Of Five To Ten Below Zero.Driving Within This Snow Band Will Be Difficult At Times With Snowcovered And Slippery Roadways. If Traveling Across The Area Slow Downand Be Prepared For Rapidly Changing Road And Weather Conditions.
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Watch issued January 05 at 9:21PM EST until January 06 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/05/2015 - 10:21pm
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory Remains In Effect Until 10 AM Esttuesday......Lake Effect Snow Watch Remains In Effect From Tuesday Eveningthrough Wednesday Morning...* Locations...Northern Portions Of Chautauqua And Cattarauguscounties...And Western Portions Of Wyoming County.* Timing...Through Late Wednesday Morning.* Accumulations...Accumulations Of 3 To 6 Inches In Mostpersistent Snows Tonight Into Tuesday Morning. Then Anotherround Of Snow Tuesday Night And Wednesday Morning Has Thepotential To Bring An Additional 6 To 10 Inches Possible In Themost Persistent Lake Snows.* Winds...West 10 To 20 Mph.* Visibilities...Below A Quarter Mile At Times.* Impacts...A Narrow Band Of Heavy Snow Will Develop Thisevening...And Gradually Lift North From Near Dunkirk Intosouthern Erie County. Heaviest Snows Will Be Along Thelakeshore...Including The Thruway. Snowfall Rates Of 1 To 2Inches An Hour Can Be Expected. This Band Will Weaken Ontuesday...But Intensify Tuesday Evening And Night. Snow Willgre
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Watch issued January 05 at 9:21PM EST until January 06 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/05/2015 - 10:21pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning In Effect Until 7 AM EST Tuesday......Lake Effect Snow Watch Remains In Effect From Tuesday Eveningthrough Wednesday Morning...The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A Lake Effectsnow Warning...Which Is In Effect Until 7 AM EST Tuesday. Thelake Effect Snow Advisory Is No Longer In Effect.* Locations...Southern Erie County...Especially Near The Lakeshorefrom Sunset Bay To Hamburg.* Timing...Through Tuesday Morning...With A Watch For Tuesdayevening Through Wednesday Morning.* Accumulations...Accumulation Of 5 To 8 Inches In Most Persistentsnows Tonight Into Tuesday Morning. Then Another Round Of Snowtuesday Night And Wednesday Morning Has The Potential To Bringan Additional 6 To 10 Inches Possible In The Most Persistentlake Snows.* Winds...West 10 To 20 Mph.* Visibilities...Below A Quarter Mile At Times.* Impacts...A Narrow Band Of Heavy Snow Will Gradually Lift Acrosssouthern Portions Of Erie County. This Will Bring Heavy Snownear The Lakeshore Fr
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued January 05 at 9:21PM EST until January 06 at 7:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/05/2015 - 10:21pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 7 AM Esttuesday......Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect From 5 PM Tuesdayto 10 AM EST Wednesday...* Locations...Oswego County.* Timing...Through Late Wednesday Morning. A Band Of Heavy Lakeeffect Snow Will Continue Across Oswego County Tonight.* Accumulations...The Snows Will Come In Two Rounds. The Firstround Through Early Tuesday Morning Will Bring One To Two Feetin Most Persistent Snows. The Second Round Tuesday Eveningthrough Wednesday Morning Will Bring An Additional 10 To 20Inches. For The Second Round...The Greatest Accumulations Areexpected To Be On The Tug Hill Plateau.* Winds...West 10 To 20 Mph.* Visibilities...Below A Quarter Mile At Times.* Impacts...Narrow Bands Of Heavy Lake Effect Snow Will Producenear Whiteout Conditions This Evening...With Snowfall Rates Of2 To 3 Inches An Hour. This Band Will Remain Centered Acrossoswego County Overnight...With The Heaviest Snows Will Be Nearthe Lakeshore. This Band Will Wea
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued January 05 at 9:21PM EST until January 06 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/05/2015 - 10:21pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning In Effect Until 7 AM EST Tuesday......Lake Effect Snow Watch Remains In Effect From Tuesday Eveningthrough Wednesday Morning...The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A Lake Effectsnow Warning...Which Is In Effect Until 7 AM EST Tuesday. Thelake Effect Snow Advisory Is No Longer In Effect.* Locations...Southern Erie County...Especially Near The Lakeshorefrom Sunset Bay To Hamburg.* Timing...Through Tuesday Morning...With A Watch For Tuesdayevening Through Wednesday Morning.* Accumulations...Accumulation Of 5 To 8 Inches In Most Persistentsnows Tonight Into Tuesday Morning. Then Another Round Of Snowtuesday Night And Wednesday Morning Has The Potential To Bringan Additional 6 To 10 Inches Possible In The Most Persistentlake Snows.* Winds...West 10 To 20 Mph.* Visibilities...Below A Quarter Mile At Times.* Impacts...A Narrow Band Of Heavy Snow Will Gradually Lift Acrosssouthern Portions Of Erie County. This Will Bring Heavy Snownear The Lakeshore Fr
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued January 05 at 9:21PM EST until January 07 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/05/2015 - 10:21pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect From 5 PM Tuesdayto 10 AM EST Wednesday...* Locations...Jefferson County. Heaviest Accumulations Areexpected South Of Watertown.* Timing...Late Tuesday Afternoon Through Late Wednesday Morning.* Accumulations...9 To 17 Inches Tuesday Night...And 1 To 3Inches Wednesday...Leading To Storm Totals Of 10 To 20 Inchesin The Most Persistent Lake Snows.* Visibilities...As Low As A Quarter Mile At Times.* Impacts...Narrow Bands Of Heavy Lake Effect Snow Across Thearea Along With Considerable Blowing And Drifting Snow Willresult In Dangerous Travel Conditions At Times With Severelyreduced Visibilities And Snow Covered Roadways. Snowfall Ratesof As High As 1 To 3 Inches An Hour Will Be Possible Withinthe Most Intense And Persistent Snow Bands.
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