Snow tonight and Wednesday, with squalls possible to the east

BREAKING: Weather alerts are being issued tonight by the National Weather Service (NWS) for counties east and west of Allegany, with snow but lesser impacts locally for the 24-hour period into Wednesday night.

Snow forecasts from the NWS at Buffalo are shown on the map through 8PM Wednesday, with additional accumulations possible to the west into Thursday.

To the east, the NWS at Binghamton is showing the onset of potential snow squalls, starting at mid-morning Wednesday.

In the meantime, the NWS at State College is noting that the Spring Equinox, or Spring, arrived a short time ago.

Be Aware. Be Prepared. Stay Safe.TM, and continue to monitor for any additional significant weather updates during the storm events period.

Allegany Hope is a Weather-Ready Nation AmbassadorTM and, due to Allegany County’s location being in or bordering three NWS forecast offices, Allegany Hope Weather Resources provides forecast and other information from the NWS at Buffalo for Allegany County north and west, Binghamton for Steuben County east, and State College, Pa., for Potter and McKean counties in Pennsylvania, along with regional and national data.

Those interested in greater depth of information for their own or other specific areas can determine the timing and types of precipitation for components of this weather by using the links in our exclusive Weather Resources in the left column of this page or at

This source includes links to Doppler radar, along with snow, wind and rainfall rates and timing in specific areas of the county, region and nation.

Simply use the Search feature in the upper left corner of most NWS pages for any geographic location, and then click on the Hourly Weather Forecast graph in the lower right side of the local page for an hour-by-hour forecast for today and the next six days.

Bookmarking appropriate NWS pages can help obtain the most timely information on forecast changes.

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