Allegany Hope updates its Weather Resources page for easier outlook retrieval

Allegany Hope has updated its exclusive Weather Resources page, creating a quick two-link process for obtaining current local weather forecasts, along with projections for the next three and seven days and current, updating radar images.

Additional links also are being provided for easier views of power outages, along with other modifications to provide weather and safety resources for all our readers, both information scanners and more weather-minded observers.

The quick references are at the top of our Weather Resources page listings at, or through the link in the left column of this page.

A Premier Weather Resource
These latest features continue to enhance Allegany Hope’s position as a premier weather source for Allegany and neighboring counties in New York and Pennsylvania.

This area is in a location which is served by three different National Weather Service (NWS) forecast offices: Buffalo for Allegany County and Western New York, Binghamton for Steuben County east, and State College, Pa., for Potter and McKean counties.

Weather isn’t confined to geographic boundaries, however, either regionally or within different parts of a county.

Therefore, although we focus on Allegany County, Allegany Hope often provides expanded area reports due to resident travel for work, shopping, medical appointments and more.

Weather-Ready Nation AmbassadorTM
Allegany Hope is a Weather-Ready Nation AmbassadorTM and provides both adverse weather and other emergency preparedness and weather education information on this website and on our new group Allegany Hope WNY Community News Facebook page at

“Like” and “Share” this website and that page, along with applicable posts, with family members and friends to help keep them informed about what is happening in Allegany County and beyond.

Emergency alerts reporting should not be considered a substitute for immediate weather alert radio or portable instant warning devices.

As always, we are seeking volunteers who have an interest in weather and other types of disaster preparedness to expand our coverage and community education. For further information, contact us at or (484) 435-0503.