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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued January 06 at 3:38PM EST until January 08 at 6:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:38pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 6 AM EST Wednesday... ...Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect Until 6 PM EST Tuesday... * Locations...Northern Erie And Genesee Counties...Especially South Of Buffalo And Batavia. * Timing...Through Late Tuesday Night. * Hazards...Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Blowing Snow. * Snow Accumulations...3 To 5 Inches Today...6 To 12 Inches Tonight...9 To 17 Inches Tuesday...And 1 To 3 Inches Tuesday Night...Leading To Storm Totals Of More Than 3 Feet In The Most Persistent Lake Snows. * Winds...Southwest 20 To 30 Mph. * Visibilities...Near Zero In Whiteout Conditions At Times. * Wind Chill Values...As Low As 30 Below. * Impacts...Travel Will Become Very Difficult To Near Impossible By Monday Evening With Snow Covered Roads And Localized Whiteout Conditions Due To Heavy Lake Effect Snow Along With Considerable Blowing And Drifting Snow. Roadways Will Become Partially Or Fully Impassable For A Period Of Time. Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Will Pos
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued January 06 at 3:38PM EST until January 08 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:38pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 1 PM EST Wednesday... ...Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 6 PM EST Tuesday... * Locations...For Lake Effect Snows...Mainly The Far Northern Portion Of Oswego County. For Wind Chills...All Of Oswego County. * Timing...Through Early Wednesday Afternoon. * Hazards...Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Blowing Snow. * Accumulations...1 To 3 Inches This Afternoon...More Than 2 Feet Tonight...12 To 24 Inches Tuesday...10 To 20 Inches Tuesday Night...And 1 To 3 Inches Wednesday Leading To Storm Totals Of 3 To 5 Feet. * Winds...Southwest 20 To 30 Mph. * Visibilities...As Low As A Quarter Mile At Times. * Wind Chill Values...As Low As 30 Below. * Impacts...Travel Will Become Extremely Difficult To Near Impossible With Snow Covered Roads And Frequent Whiteout Conditions Due To Heavy Lake Effect Snow Along With Considerable Blowing And Drifting Snow. Roadways Will Become Partially Or Fully Impassable For A Period Of Time. Int
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued January 06 at 3:38PM EST until January 08 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:38pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 1 PM EST Wednesday... ...Wind Chill Advisory Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 6 PM EST Tuesday... * Locations...Jefferson And Lewis Counties. * Timing...Through Early Wednesday Afternoon. * Hazards...Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Blowing Snow. * Accumulations...1 To 3 Inches This Afternoon...More Than 2 Feet Tonight...More Than 2 Feet Tuesday...10 To 20 Inches Tuesday Night...And 3 To 5 Inches Wednesday Leading To Storm Totals Of 3 To 5 Feet. * Winds...West 20 To 30 Mph. * Wind Chills...As Cold As 25 Below Zero At Times. * Visibilities...Near Zero In Whiteout Conditions At Times. * Impacts...Travel Conditions Will Become Extremely Difficult To Near Impossible With Snow Covered Roads And Frequent Whiteout Conditions Due To Heavy Lake Effect Snow Along With Considerable Blowing And Drifting Snow By Tonight. Roadways Will Become Partially Or Fully Impassable For A Period Of Time. This Includes Interstate 81 South Of Watertown. Dan
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Advisory issued January 06 at 3:38PM EST until January 08 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:38pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 1 PM EST Wednesday... ...Wind Chill Advisory Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 6 PM EST Tuesday... * Locations...Jefferson And Lewis Counties. * Timing...Through Early Wednesday Afternoon. * Hazards...Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Blowing Snow. * Accumulations...1 To 3 Inches This Afternoon...More Than 2 Feet Tonight...More Than 2 Feet Tuesday...10 To 20 Inches Tuesday Night...And 3 To 5 Inches Wednesday Leading To Storm Totals Of 3 To 5 Feet. * Winds...West 20 To 30 Mph. * Wind Chills...As Cold As 25 Below Zero At Times. * Visibilities...Near Zero In Whiteout Conditions At Times. * Impacts...Travel Conditions Will Become Extremely Difficult To Near Impossible With Snow Covered Roads And Frequent Whiteout Conditions Due To Heavy Lake Effect Snow Along With Considerable Blowing And Drifting Snow By Tonight. Roadways Will Become Partially Or Fully Impassable For A Period Of Time. This Includes Interstate 81 South Of Watertown. Dan
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 3:38PM EST until January 07 at 6:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:38pm
...Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect Until 6 PM EST Tuesday... * Locations...Niagara And Orleans Counties. * Timing...Early This Evening Through Early Tuesday Evening. * Winds...West 25 To 35 Mph. * Wind Chill Values...As Low As 30 Below. * Impacts...Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Will Pose A Risk For Frost Bite And Hypothermia For Anyone Outside For Even Very Short Periods Of Time. This Is A Life-Threatening Cold For Those Not In Shelter.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 3:38PM EST until January 07 at 6:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:38pm
...Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 6 PM EST Tuesday... * Locations...Northern Cayuga County. * Timing...Midnight Tonight Through Early Tuesday Evening. * Winds...West 25 To 30 Mph. * Wind Chill Values...As Low As 30 Below. * Impacts...Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Will Pose A Risk For Frost Bite And Hypothermia For Anyone Outside For Even Very Short Periods Of Time. This Is A Life-Threatening Cold For Those Not In Shelter.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 3:38PM EST until January 07 at 6:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:38pm
...Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect Until 6 PM EST Tuesday... * Locations...Allegany County. * Timing...Early This Evening Through Early Tuesday Evening. * Winds...West 20 To 30 Mph. * Wind Chill Values...As Low As 40 Below. * Impacts...Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Will Pose A Risk For Frost Bite And Hypothermia For Anyone Outside For Even Very Short Periods Of Time. This Is A Life-Threatening Cold For Those Not In Shelter.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 3:38PM EST until January 08 at 6:00AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:38pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 6 AM EST Wednesday... ...Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect Until 6 PM EST Tuesday... * Locations...Northern Erie And Genesee Counties...Especially South Of Buffalo And Batavia. * Timing...Through Late Tuesday Night. * Hazards...Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Blowing Snow. * Snow Accumulations...3 To 5 Inches Today...6 To 12 Inches Tonight...9 To 17 Inches Tuesday...And 1 To 3 Inches Tuesday Night...Leading To Storm Totals Of More Than 3 Feet In The Most Persistent Lake Snows. * Winds...Southwest 20 To 30 Mph. * Visibilities...Near Zero In Whiteout Conditions At Times. * Wind Chill Values...As Low As 30 Below. * Impacts...Travel Will Become Very Difficult To Near Impossible By Monday Evening With Snow Covered Roads And Localized Whiteout Conditions Due To Heavy Lake Effect Snow Along With Considerable Blowing And Drifting Snow. Roadways Will Become Partially Or Fully Impassable For A Period Of Time. Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Will Pos
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 3:38PM EST until January 08 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:38pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect Until 1 PM EST Wednesday... ...Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 6 PM EST Tuesday... * Locations...For Lake Effect Snows...Mainly The Far Northern Portion Of Oswego County. For Wind Chills...All Of Oswego County. * Timing...Through Early Wednesday Afternoon. * Hazards...Heavy Lake Effect Snow And Blowing Snow. * Accumulations...1 To 3 Inches This Afternoon...More Than 2 Feet Tonight...12 To 24 Inches Tuesday...10 To 20 Inches Tuesday Night...And 1 To 3 Inches Wednesday Leading To Storm Totals Of 3 To 5 Feet. * Winds...Southwest 20 To 30 Mph. * Visibilities...As Low As A Quarter Mile At Times. * Wind Chill Values...As Low As 30 Below. * Impacts...Travel Will Become Extremely Difficult To Near Impossible With Snow Covered Roads And Frequent Whiteout Conditions Due To Heavy Lake Effect Snow Along With Considerable Blowing And Drifting Snow. Roadways Will Become Partially Or Fully Impassable For A Period Of Time. Int
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Advisory issued January 06 at 3:26PM EST until January 07 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:26pm
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory In Effect From 11 PM This Evening To 10 AM EST Tuesday... ...Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 7 PM EST Tuesday... The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Lake Effect Snow Advisory...Which Is In Effect From 11 PM This Evening To 10 AM EST Tuesday. * Locations...Northern Oneida County. * Hazards...Lake Effect Snow And Dangerously Cold Wind Chill Values Along With Strong Gusty Winds. * Accumulations...4 To 8 Inches. * Wind Chill Readings...Between 25 And 35 Below Zero. * Winds...West 20 To 30 Mph With Gusts Up To 45 Mph Possible. * Timing...Lake Effect Snow Will Drop South Into The Area Around Midnight Then Move Back North Late Tuesday Morning. Very Cold Wind Chills Will Occur Late Tonight Through Tuesday. The Coldest Wind Chill Values Will Occur Tuesday Morning. The Strongest Winds Will Begin This Evening And Continue Through Tuesday Before Subsiding Tuesday Evening. * Temperatures...Between 0 And 10 Below Zero Tue
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 3:26PM EST until January 07 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:26pm
...Lake Effect Snow Advisory In Effect From 11 PM This Evening To 10 AM EST Tuesday... ...Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 7 PM EST Tuesday... The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Lake Effect Snow Advisory...Which Is In Effect From 11 PM This Evening To 10 AM EST Tuesday. * Locations...Northern Oneida County. * Hazards...Lake Effect Snow And Dangerously Cold Wind Chill Values Along With Strong Gusty Winds. * Accumulations...4 To 8 Inches. * Wind Chill Readings...Between 25 And 35 Below Zero. * Winds...West 20 To 30 Mph With Gusts Up To 45 Mph Possible. * Timing...Lake Effect Snow Will Drop South Into The Area Around Midnight Then Move Back North Late Tuesday Morning. Very Cold Wind Chills Will Occur Late Tonight Through Tuesday. The Coldest Wind Chill Values Will Occur Tuesday Morning. The Strongest Winds Will Begin This Evening And Continue Through Tuesday Before Subsiding Tuesday Evening. * Temperatures...Between 0 And 10 Below Zero Tue
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Warning issued January 06 at 3:26PM EST until January 07 at 7:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:26pm
...Wind Chill Warning Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 7 PM EST Tuesday... * Locations...All Of Northeast Pennsylvania And Central New York. * Hazards...Dangerously Cold Wind Chill Values And Strong Gusty Winds. * Wind Chill Readings...Between 25 And 35 Below Zero. * Winds...West 20 To 30 Mph With Gusts Up To 45 Mph Possible. * Timing...Late Tonight Through Tuesday. The Coldest Wind Chill Values Will Occur Tuesday Morning. The Strongest Winds Will Begin This Evening And Continue Through Tuesday Before Subsiding Tuesday Evening. * Temperatures...Between 0 And 10 Below Zero Tuesday Morning... Rising Into The Single Digits For Highs Tuesday Afternoon. * Impacts...Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Will Pose A Risk For Frost Bite And Hypothermia For Anyone Outside, Even For A Short Period Of Time. This Is Life-Threatening Cold For Those Not In Shelter. In Addition, Strong Winds Could Down Tree Limbs, Causing Isolated Power Outages And Also Make Travel Difficult For High Profile Vehicle
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Special Weather Statement issued January 06 at 3:22PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:22pm
...Lake Effect Snow And Blowing Snow This Afternoon... Multiple Bands Of Lake Effect Snow Will Continue Across Much Of Erie...Genesee And Wyoming Counties As Well As The Lakeshore Of Chautauqua County Through Late Afternoon. The Snow Will Also Get Into Portions Of Niagara And Orleans Counties At Times As Well. Snowfall Rates Of A Half Inch To An Inch Per Hour Will Be Found In The Stronger Bands. Southwest Winds Gusting To 40 Mph Will Produce Significant Blowing And Drifting Snow With Whiteout Conditions At Times. Motorists Should Be Prepared For Very Difficult Travel This Afternoon. Visibility Will Be Near Zero At Times With Snow Covered Roads. This Includes All The Interstates In The Buffalo Metro Area...The New York Thruway From The Pennsylvania State Line To Buffalo And East To Leroy...And Route 219 And 400.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 06 at 3:16PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:16pm
...Heavy Lake Effect Snow Lifting North... A Band Of Heavy Lake Effect Snow Across The Tug Hill Region Will Lift Slowly North Towards Watertown Through Mid To Late Afternoon. Snowfall Rates Of Up To 2 Inches Per Hour Are Likely In The Most Intense Portion Of This Band. Southwest Winds Gusting To 40 Mph Will Produce Significant Blowing And Drifting Snow And Produce Whiteout Conditions At Times. Travel Conditions Will Be Very Difficult Across The Tug Hill Region With Snow Covered Roads And Near Zero Visibility. Travel Will Also Deteriorate By Late Afternoon Across The Watertown Area As The Band Moves North.
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Wind Chill Advisory issued January 06 at 3:01PM EST until January 07 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Burlington

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 4:01pm
...Wind Chill Advisory In Effect From 1 AM To 10 AM EST Tuesday... The National Weather Service In Burlington Has Issued A Wind Chill Advisory...Which Is In Effect From 1 AM To 10 AM EST Tuesday. * Locations...The Saint Lawrence Valley And The Northern Adirondacks. * Hazard Types...Very Low Wind Chill Temperatures. * Wind Chill Readings...Between 15 To 25 Below Zero Due To Temperatures 2 Below To 9 Above Zero...And Winds West 15 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 40 Mph. * Timing...Very Low Wind Chills After Midnight Into Early Morning Tuesday. * Impacts...Frostbite And Hypothermia Can Develop If Exposed To Very Low Wind Chill Temperatures For A Prolonged Period Of Time.
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(CONTINUATION) Lake Effect Snow Warning issued January 06 at 2:37PM EST until January 08 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Albany

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 3:37pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect From 6 PM This Evening To 1 PM EST Wednesday... ...Wind Chill Advisory Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 10 AM EST Wednesday... * Locations...Western Adirondacks. * Hazard Types...Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Tonight Through Wednesday Morning. Heavy Lake Effect Snow Tonight Into Wednesday. * Snow Accumulations...12 To 30 Inches. * Maximum Snowfall Rates...Up To Two To Three Inches Per Hour This Evening Through Late Wednesday Morning. * Timing...The Heavy Lake Effect Snow Will Develop This Evening...And Continue Through Early Wednesday Afternoon. Potentially Dangerous Wind Chills Late Tonight Through Wednesday Morning. * Impacts...Wind Chill Temperatures Between 15 And 29 Below Zero Tonight Through Wednesday Morning Will Produce Extremely Dangerous Conditions And Allow For Frostbite And Hypothermia To Occur Quickly. Snow Covered Roads And Blowing Snow From Lake Effect Snow Tonight Through Wednesday. Roads May Become Impassable With
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(EXTENSION - area) Wind Chill Advisory issued January 06 at 2:37PM EST until January 08 at 10:00AM EST by NWS Albany

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 3:37pm
...Wind Chill Advisory In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 10 AM EST Wednesday... The National Weather Service In Albany Has Issued A Wind Chill Advisory...Which Is In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 10 AM EST Wednesday. * Locations...Lake George Saratoga Region...Greater Capital District...Taconics. And Mid Hudson Valley Of Eastern New York...Southern Vermont...The Berkshires And Litchfield Hills. * Hazard Types...Extremely Cold Wind Chills Late Tonight Through Wednesday Morning. * Wind Chill Readings...As Low As 15 To 29 Below Zero Tonight Through Wednesday Morning. * Timing...Late Tonight Through Wednesday Morning. * Winds...West 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph This Afternoon Through Wednesday Morning. * Impacts...Wind Chill Temperatures Between 15 And 29 Below Zero Late Tonight Through Wednesday Morning Will Will Result In Frost Bite And Lead To Hypothermia If Precautions Are Not Taken.
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(CONTINUATION) Wind Chill Advisory issued January 06 at 2:37PM EST until January 08 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Albany

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 3:37pm
...Lake Effect Snow Warning Remains In Effect From 6 PM This Evening To 1 PM EST Wednesday... ...Wind Chill Advisory Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 10 AM EST Wednesday... * Locations...Western Adirondacks. * Hazard Types...Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Tonight Through Wednesday Morning. Heavy Lake Effect Snow Tonight Into Wednesday. * Snow Accumulations...12 To 30 Inches. * Maximum Snowfall Rates...Up To Two To Three Inches Per Hour This Evening Through Late Wednesday Morning. * Timing...The Heavy Lake Effect Snow Will Develop This Evening...And Continue Through Early Wednesday Afternoon. Potentially Dangerous Wind Chills Late Tonight Through Wednesday Morning. * Impacts...Wind Chill Temperatures Between 15 And 29 Below Zero Tonight Through Wednesday Morning Will Produce Extremely Dangerous Conditions And Allow For Frostbite And Hypothermia To Occur Quickly. Snow Covered Roads And Blowing Snow From Lake Effect Snow Tonight Through Wednesday. Roads May Become Impassable With
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Special Weather Statement issued January 06 at 2:35PM EST by NWS Burlington

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 3:35pm
...Snow Showers And Sharply Falling Temperatures Creating Icy Conditions... The Combination Of Scattered Snow Showers And Sharply Falling Temperatures Has Resulted In Re-Freezing Of Standing Water This Afternoon. Expect Roadways And Sidewalks To Become Slippery As Temperatures Continue To Fall Through The Evening. Proceed With Caution If Traveling Across Northern New York This Evening Using Safe Winter Driving Techniques.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 06 at 2:12PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 3:12pm
...Lake Effect Snow Moving Quickly North... A Band Of Lake Effect Snow Will Move Quickly North From The Buffalo Southtowns Across The Metro Area And Into The Northern Suburbs After 3 PM. This Band May Even Lift As Far North As Southern Niagara County...And Also Portions Of Wyoming And Genesee Counties. This Initial Band Of Snow Will Be Brief...With Another Band Of Lake Effect Snow Taking Over As The Primary Band Across The Buffalo Area By Late Afternoon. Travel Conditions Will Deteriorate Rapidly Across The Buffalo Metro Area During The Mid Afternoon...Including The Northtowns. The Quick Burst Of Snow May Drop Up To An Inch Of Snow In A Short Period Of Time And Reduce Visibilities To Less Than A Quarter Mile. Southwest Winds Gusting To 40 Mph Will Produce Blowing And Drifting Snow.
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