BREAKING: New icing forecasts late tonight for Southern Allegany County and across the border into Potter and McKean counties in Pennsylvania are showing increasing potential for slippery conditions, with up to a quarter-inch south of the border Tuesday.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES remain in effect across the Southern Tier of New York and Northern Pennsylvania, with Allegany being from 6AM tomorrow through 6AM Wednesday and adjoining counties varying, according to the National Weather Service.
At Wellsville east and west, extending to the northwest, the same general area will be impacted as we reported earlier today, but the amount of ice during the forecast period has doubled from .02 to .04 inches since our first Early Alert Sunday night, with combinations of snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain drifting back and forth during the alert period.
In Pennsylvania, potential has increased from as much as .1-inch to .25 inches.
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