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Latest Winter Weather Watch/Warning/Advisory by KBUF
Issued 11/25/2014 3:24 PM America/New_York.
Valid through 11/26/2014 6:00 AM America/New_York.
wwus41 kbuf 260234
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service buffalo ny
934 pm est tue nov 25 2014
including the cities of...warsaw...jamestown...olean...
934 pm est tue nov 25 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 am est
* locations...southern erie...wyoming...chautauqua...cattaraugus
and allegany counties.
* timing...through late tonight.
* hazards...areas of freezing drizzle.
* accumulations...ice accumulating a few hundredths of an inch
* temperatures...lows in the upper 20s tonight.
* impacts...there will be area of freezing drizzle along with
light snow showers overnight which will result in slippery
spots on untreated roads and walkways overnight.
a winter weather advisory is normally issued for a variety of
winter weather conditions such as light snow...blowing snow...
sleet...freezing rain and wind chills. while the weather will be
significant...the word advisory implies that severe winter
weather is not anticipated.
stay tuned to noaa weather radio or your favorite source of
weather information for the latest updates. additional details
can also be found at www.weather.gov/buffalo.
report snow and ice accumulation to the national weather service
in buffalo by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org...
posting to the nws buffalo facebook page...or tweet...using the
Latest Winter Weather Watch/Warning/Advisory by KCTP
Issued 11/25/2014 2:55 PM America/New_York.
Valid through 11/27/2014 4:00 AM America/New_York.
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northern clinton-clearfield-northern centre-tioga-
including the cities of...renovo...dubois...clearfield...
935 pm est tue nov 25 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect from 3 am wednesday
to 4 am est thursday...
* locations...portions of the north-central mountains.
* hazard types...snow.
* snow accumulations...2 to 4 inches. the heavier accumulations
will be on the higher elevations.
* timing...the snow will begin around or a little before sunrise
on wednesday. it will be heaviest during the middle of the day
and taper off from west to east in the evening.
* impacts...snow covered roads. significant impact to holiday
travel. travel will be hazardous.
* winds...north 5 mph or less.
* temperatures...in the lower 30s.
travel during the day may be slowed greatly. you may need to
change travel plans to avoid the times of heaviest snow.
hazardous winter weather conditions are expected. use caution if
traveling. for the latest weather information...go to
weather.gov/statecollege or monitor noaa weather radio.
report snow or ice accumulation to the national weather service
state college by sending an email to email@example.com...
posting to the nws state college facebook page...or tweet
@nwsstatecollege with the hashtag c...t...p...w...x.