Winter Weather Advisory for Allegany County as New York braces for Nor’easter

This morning’s National Weather Service at Buffalo forecast maps.

BREAKING: Heavier snow forecasts this morning have contracted a bit toward the north and east of Allegany County, NY, but a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for 6AM tomorrow through 6AM Wednesday as a Nor’easter centers over Central and Eastern New York State.

Sunday night snow forecasts for Northern Allegany County now have contracted to lesser, more uniform, amounts throughout the county.

The greatest snowfall is anticipated Tuesday and Tuesday evening, as totals increase just over the border, in northern Steuben County eastward. Those amounts had been projected last night for northern Allegany County.

Wind gusts are forecast to reach into the 30MPH range during the height of tomorrow’s snow.

Be Aware. Be Prepared. Stay Safe.TM and monitor for any additional shifts as the storm moves closer.

More detail for the region
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