BREAKING: The WIND ADVISORIES for Allegany, Wyoming and Livingston counties, which brought gusts as high as 59MPH yesterday at the Wellsville Airport, has been extended to 11AM today, with Steuben County until noon.
Advisories had been set to expire at 5AM this morning.
The National Weather Service at Buffalo, as of 4:50AM today, is reporting that Wellsville at 8:38AM and Warsaw at 11:50PM had the highest gusts for Allegany and neighboring New York counties since Saturday morning.
Airports at Buffalo recorded 68MPH at 10:30PM Saturday, with Rochester Airport at 69MPH a few minutes later at 10:55PM.
For today, winds for Allegany and Livingston counties are forecast to be at 30-40MPH, Wyoming at 25-35MPH, and Steuben at 20-30MPH, but all with gusts as high as 50MPH.
Tree limbs could be blown down, as was occurring yesterday in different locations, with a few power outages possible.
Be Aware. Be Prepared. Stay Safe.TM and monitor for any updates as to severe weather occurring.
More detail for the region
Additional information, including winds and precipitation timing for specific locations in Allegany and each adjoining county, provided by three different National Weather Service (NWS) forecast centers, is available through our exclusive Weather Resources page links at https://bit.ly/3YAlcPI or by using the link in the left column of this page.
Forecasts for this week also are provided in this resource.
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