March, 2013


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Mar 13

Lake snow warning issued for Wyoming County

It seems that winter will not go away quietly as National Weather Service has issued new weather warning for Wyoming as well as Livingston counties. A winter weather warning is in effect till 11 am for the Livingston County. A lake snow advisory starts at 5 pm for Wyoming County, and goes on till 6 am, Thursday. Between four and 8 inches of snow are expected, according to Weather Service.

In a weather forecast discussion, the Weather Service told that the calendar might say spring starts Wednesday, but the overall pattern shows little signs of it. In fact, confidence is growing in an impressive late season lake snow for portions of Western and Central New York.

Now, this winter weather advisory also adds Wayne, Allegany, Ontario as well as northern Cayuga nations. Wintry mix and snow including freezing rain is expected to bring back tough travel times, with reduced visibilities and slippery roads, said the Weather Service.

Less than an inch of snow is anticipated to accumulate through 10 am. Ice accretion of 1/10th of an inch is also possible in the morning. Extra lake snow is possible during the night for different regions parts of Western New York. This lake snow advisory also includes places like Cattaraugus, Chautauqua and southern Erie counties. Snow reaching 4 – 8 inches in afternoon through Wednesday night is anticipated mainly through higher elevations, said the Weather Service.