Snow starts tonight with more than three feet to the west and north through Sunday, depending on location

BREAKING: Allegany County, NY, residents traveling north and west are urged to check the forecast from tonight through Sunday afternoon for varying snowfall from under a foot to more than three feet, depending on location and event timing.

The US National Weather Service Buffalo NY has provided the attached graphic showing potential for the event period; however, conditions are subject to change for various locations.

Therefore, click on the links at for the NWS Buffalo forecast region, along with for Steuben and counties to the east, and for adjoining Pennsylvania counties.

Be Aware. Be Prepared. Stay Safe.TM and continue to monitor for updates.

Separate snow and ice forecasts for Allegany County and the rest of Western New York are available at, along with Steuben County east at, and Pennsylvania counties to the south at

Local weather forecasts for specific areas are accessible through the Search feature in the upper left corner of most NWS pages, with Hourly Weather Forecasts, which project event timing throughout the day, found on the lower right side of local pages.

Progression of storms can be tracked interactively via a zoomable NWS Doppler radar site at

Previews of weather components over the next seven days are available at, with Steuben County east at, and Pennsylvania counties to the south at

The NWS Storm Prediction Center (SPC) website is at, with the overall Weather Prediction Center at, which includes information on types of potential weather dangers.

Check out the information on cold weather safety, available at, with information on general winter and other projections at Be prepared in advance of threatening weather and monitor during an event for updates.
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