A mixture of weather extremes dot the region in both New York and Pennsylvania this morning, including up to two more feet of additional snow in the Buffalo area, with Winter Weather Advisories and Lake Effect Snow Warnings to the west and northwest, a Wind Chill Advisory to the south in neighboring Pennsylvania counties, and more snow today in Steuben County east than what is expected in Allegany.
One-to-three inches of snow are forecast through the day today in Allegany County, with windchills in the single digits and dropping to below zero by nightfall, and into minus double digits by morning.
Roads and hard surfaces are likely to be slippery where they haven’t been treated and snow is blowing.
Winds are forecast to pick up during the day, hitting gusts of around 20MPH and above during the afternoon.
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