Lake Effect Snow Watch, Winter Weather Advisory
Statement as of 12:52 EST je la 08an de decembro 2013
... Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect from 7 PM this
evening to 1 PM EST Monday...
... Lake effect snow watch in effect from Tuesday evening through
The National Weather Service in Buffalo has issued a lake effect
snow watch... which is in effect from Tuesday evening through
* Locations... the western southern tier.
* Timing and hazards... freezing drizzle and snow tonight and Monday.
Heavy lake effect snow Tuesday night through Thursday.
* Accumulations... snow accumulating an inch or less tonight and an
inch or less Monday. Ice accumulating less than a tenth of an
inch. Snow potentially accumulating 6 inches or more from
Tuesday evening through Thursday.
* Impacts... light snow will rapidly change over to freezing
drizzle tonight and last into Monday. A thin coating of ice may
accumulate on untreated surfaces causing hazardous driving
conditions... particularly on elevated surfaces such as bridges
and overpasses. Travel may be difficult at times during the mid
week time frame with snow covered roads and reduced visibility.
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.
A lake effect snow watch means that significant winter weather is
possible in localized areas within the next 36 hours.
Report snow and ice accumulation to the National Weather Service
in Buffalo by sending an email to bufstorm.Report@noaa.Gov...
posting to the NWS Buffalo facebook Page... or tweet... using the
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.
Public Information Statement
Statement as of 12:41 PM EST on December 08, 2013
**********************24 hour snowfall**********************
Location 24 hour time/date comments
... Allegany County...
Rushford 0.8 630 am 12/08 co-op observer
... Cattaraugus County...
4 SW Allegheny state 2.0 700 am 12/08 co-op observer
5 N Allegany 0.7 700 am 12/08 cocorahs
2 SW New Albion 0.5 700 am 12/08 co-op observer
... Chautauqua County...
4 SSW Ripley 0.7 700 am 12/08 cocorahs
3 SSE Frewsburg 0.1 830 am 12/08 cocorahs
1 S Dunkirk T 1057 PM 12/07 co-op observer
... Erie County...
2 NE Boston 1.0 700 am 12/08 cocorahs
... Lewis County...
North Osceola 7.0 1000 am 12/08 social media
highmarket 1.5 458 am 12/08 co-op observer
... Monroe County...
2 NE Webster 0.2 800 PM 12/07 co-op observer
... Oswego County...
Redfield 6.0 846 am 12/08 social media
Altmar 4.3 1021 am 12/08 social media
1 NE Pulaski 2.7 700 am 12/08 cocorahs
Mexico 2.5 835 am 12/08 social media
4 SSE Lacona 2.3 700 am 12/08 cocorahs
Fulton 1.2 941 am 12/08 social media
se Minetto 0.6 730 am 12/08 cocorahs
... Wyoming County...
6 SW Warsaw 0.5 700 am 12/08 co-op observer
Nearby Radar Stations
- Conewango Valley
- East Otto
- East Randolph
- Farmersville Station
- Great Valley
- Kill Buck
- Knapp Creek
- Little Valley
- Saint Bonas
- Saint Bonaventure
- South Dayton
- West Valley
- Westons Mills