BREAKING: The National Weather Service (NWS) at Buffalo now has released a map of the anticipated snowfall in Allegany County and the remainder of Western New York, joining NWS forecast offices at Binghamton and State College, Pa., with their updated maps from earlier today for Wednesday’s storm.
The entire region continues under a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY, starting as early as 1AM and running through as late as 10PM tomorrow, except for Potter County east which has a WINTER STORM WATCH alert.
The storm, moving from southwest to northeast, generally will start arriving in the region overnight as snow, then change over to sleet, freezing rain, all rain and then back to snow as temperatures rise and fall. Winds are expected to gust to above 30MPH to 40MPH, depending on location during the day on Wednesday.
Additional details for specific areas, including links to timing, maps of snow and ice amounts for the three forecast areas, and more, is available on our exclusive Allegany County Weather Resources page at https://bit.ly/3YAlcPI on this website or through the link in the left column of this page.
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