Weather alerts out for Allegany and adjoining New York counties

WEATHER ALERTS: Minor flooding in poor drainage areas in Western New York, including Allegany County, NY, along with patchy dense fog potential for Steuben County east, are among Hazardous Weather Outlooks for today.

The US National Weather Service Buffalo NY and the US National Weather Service Binghamton NY are alerting to these possibilities respectively as temperatures continue in above-seasonable temperatures in the mid-50s today before dropping down toward cooler weather for the end of the week.

Snow showers potential is in the forecast for Thursday night through Saturday.

Full forecast information is available through the links on our new, exclusive Allegany Hope Weather Resources page at

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