Snow forecast for Monday into Tuesday, Winter Weather Advisory to the south

Snow forecasts for Allegany County from the National Weather Service (NWS) at Buffalo, with our insets from the NWS at Binghamton and State College, Pa., for counties to the east and south, show projected depths primarily from Monday afternoon into Tuesday. Note the different time frames, as marked.

BREAKING: An estimated four-to-six inches of snow are projected for eastern Allegany County, NY, primarily from late tomorrow afternoon into Tuesday, with a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY in effect at varying times for bordering Pennsylvania counties.

Allegany County north snow depths vary in a north-south swirling pattern as the storm moves in from the west as a mixture of rain, freezing rain and snow, with temperatures helping to dictate precipitation amounts.

Particulars, including timing, for specific areas are available in the Hourly Weather Forecasts found on the right side of local National Weather Service (NWS) pages, accessible through the Search feature on most of those pages.

These and other weather projections can be found in our exclusive Weather Resources page at on this website or the link in the left column of this page.

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The NWS at Buffalo also has issued an alert in regard to warming temperatures plus gusty winds this week being the recipe for falling ice and branches in some locations.

Be Aware. Be Prepared. Stay Safe.TM and continue to monitor for changes associated with this complicated storm pattern.

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