Winter Weather Advisories issued for entire region for Wednesday, some into Thursday

National Weather Service (NWS) at Buffalo description of tomorrow through Thursday afternoon’s storm, with inset showing broad range of impact.

BREAKING: A multitude of weather conditions are being forecast for the region Wednesday through Thursday afternoon, all depending on specific location, with National Weather Service (NWS) offices now posting WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES from as early as 10AM tomorrow to as late as 6PM Thursday.

A common thread is slippery roads and other surfaces, along with windy conditions Thursday into Friday, as snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain alternate, depending on temperatures at various times in particular locations.

Generally, forecasts are for more rain to the south and more ice to the north, with snow accumulations also varying.

With each location being different, current projections for specific home, work or travel areas are available on the Hourly Weather Forecast charts found on the lower right side of NWS local forecast pages.

Links to these and other local, regional and national forecast tools, including precipitation maps, are available on our exclusive Allegany Hope Weather Resources page at, found on this website, or through the link in the left column of this page.

Continue to Be Aware. Be Prepared. Stay Safe.TM and monitor for changes, such as the abrupt ones which have occurred overnight.

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