Wind Advisory in effect tonight through overnight hours

WEATHER ALERT: Spotty freezing rain this morning, rain during the day, and a WIND ADVISORY tonight into Friday morning are in the National Weather Service at Buffalo forecast for Allegany County, with greater and lesser variations in neighboring areas.

Wind concerns include:
Wind Advisories – Allegany, Cattaraugus and Livingston counties: 7PM today to 7AM Friday, and Potter and McKean counties in Pennsylvania: 4PM to 8AM.
High Wind Warning – Wyoming County west: 7PM to 7AM.
Lower Level Winds Alerts: Steuben County east.

In Allegany County, winds are forecast to reach some 45MPH during the early morning overnight hours Friday, with potential for downed trees and power outages.

In the meantime, as we reported yesterday, patchy freezing rain is possible in some areas during this morning’s drive time before temperatures rise quickly to widespread soaking rain during the day, reaching around 50 degrees by mid-afternoon.

Temperatures are forecast to drop Friday and Saturday, with a chance of snow showers, before warming back up into the 40s on Sunday and early next week.

Forecast information for specific areas of the region, including contact and tracking information for power outages, is available through Allegany Hope’s exclusive Weather Resources page at on this website, or through the link in the left column of this page.

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