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wwus41 kaly 110842
wswaly
096
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service albany ny
342 am est thu feb 11 2016
nyz032-033-038-112300-
/o.con.kaly.le.y.0005.000000t0000z-160211t2300z/
northern herkimer-hamilton-southern herkimer-
including the cities of...atwell...big moose...eagle bay...
mckeever...nobleboro...northwood...old forge...speculator...
ilion...herkimer...little falls...mohawk...frankfort...dolgeville
342 am est thu feb 11 2016
...lake effect snow advisory remains in effect until 6 pm est
this evening...
* locations...herkimer and hamilton counties.
* hazard types...snow and blowing snow.
* snowfall accumulations...3 to 5 inches.
* timing...bands of snow will continue across herkimer and
southern hamilton counties today.
* impacts...hazardous travel conditions due to falling snow and
reduced visibilities.
* winds...west 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph.
* temperatures...5 to 20 above zero.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a lake effect snow advisory means lake effect snow is forecast
that will make travel difficult in some areas. lake effect snow
showers typically align themselves in bands and will likely be
intense enough to drop several inches in localized areas. use
caution when traveling.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbgm 110838
wswbgm
nyz016-017-044>046-120000-
/o.con.kbgm.le.y.0004.000000t0000z-160212t0000z/
seneca-southern cayuga-cortland-chenango-otsego-
including the cities of...seneca falls...auburn...cortland...
norwich...oneonta
338 am est thu feb 11 2016
...lake effect snow advisory remains in effect until 7 pm est
this evening...
* locations...portions of central new york including seneca...
southern cayuga... cortland... chenango and otsego counties.
* hazard types...lake effect snow and blowing snow.
* accumulations...snow accumulation of 3 to 6 inches. the heaviest
snows will fall roughly near and north of a line from waterloo,
to cortland to norwich to oneonta. south of this line, snowfall
amounts will drop off sharply.
* timing...through this evening. lake snows will continue tonight
but will gradually weaken with time.
* impacts...hazardous travel due to snow covered roads and
blowing and drifting snow.
* winds...west 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph.
* temperatures...in the teens today, falling into the single
digits tonight.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a lake effect snow advisory means lake effect snow is forecast
that will make travel difficult in some areas. lake effect snow
showers typically align themselves in bands and will likely be
intense enough to drop several inches in localized areas.
please report snowfall amounts to the national weather service by
calling toll free at 1-877-633-6772...or by email at
bgm.stormreport@noaa.gov.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbtv 110834
wswbtv
020
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service burlington vt
334 am est thu feb 11 2016
nyz029-087-112100-
/o.con.kbtv.le.a.0001.160212t1200z-160213t0600z/
southeastern st. lawrence-southwestern st. lawrence-
including the cities of...star lake...ogdensburg...potsdam...
gouverneur
334 am est thu feb 11 2016
...lake effect snow watch remains in effect from friday morning
through late friday night...
the national weather service in burlington continues the lake
effect snow watch...which is in effect from friday morning
through late friday night.
* locations...southern saint lawrence county...especially areas
west of route 56 and south of route 3.
* hazard types...snow...heavy at times.
* accumulations...4 to 6 inches of snow with locally higher
amounts.
* maximum snowfall rate...up to 1 inch per hour...mainly friday
afternoon through evening.
* timing...a band of lake effect snow showers will move into the
saint lawrence valley friday morning and continue to affect
the area through friday evening.
* impacts...difficult travel due to moderate to heavy snowfall
accumulating on roads as well as reduced visibilities.
* winds...southwest 5 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.
* temperatures...highs around 20. lows zero to 10 below zero.
* visibilities...a half mile or less at times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a lake effect snow watch means there is a potential for a large
amount of snow in only a few hours. visibilities and depth of
snow can vary greatly...impacting travel significantly. continue
to monitor the latest forecasts.
please stay tuned to noaa weather radio...your local media...or
go to www.weather.gov/burlington for further updates on this
weather situation.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbuf 111139
wswbuf
nyz010-011-111945-
/o.con.kbuf.le.a.0007.160212t0900z-160213t0000z/
northern erie-genesee-
including the cities of...buffalo...batavia
639 am est thu feb 11 2016
...lake effect snow watch remains in effect from late tonight
through friday evening...
* locations...northern erie and genesee counties.
* timing...from late tonight through early friday evening.
* accumulations...4 to 8 inches are possible in the most
persistent lake snows.
* winds...southwest 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph.
* visibilities...as low as a quarter mile at times.
* impacts...lake effect snow and blowing snow may result in
hazardous travel at times with snow covered roads and greatly
reduced visibilities.
* forecaster confidence...medium. there is still some
uncertainty in the location and intensity of the lake snow
band that is expected to develop late tonight and friday.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
stay tuned to noaa weather radio or your favorite source of
weather information for the latest updates. additional details
can also be found at www.weather.gov/buffalo.
a lake effect snow watch means that significant winter weather is
possible in localized areas.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbuf 111139
wswbuf
nyz001>003-111945-
/o.con.kbuf.le.w.0006.000000t0000z-160211t2100z/
niagara-orleans-monroe-
including the cities of...niagara falls...medina...rochester
639 am est thu feb 11 2016
...lake effect snow warning remains in effect until 4 pm est this
afternoon...
* locations...niagara...orleans...and monroe counties.
* timing...through late this afternoon.
* accumulations...3 to 5 inches.
* winds...northwest 15 to 25 mph.
* visibilities...as low as a half mile at times.
* impacts...lake effect snow and blowing snow will result in
hazardous travel at times with snow covered roads and greatly
reduced visibilities.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
stay tuned to noaa weather radio or your favorite source of
weather information for the latest updates. additional details
can also be found at www.weather.gov/buffalo.
report snow accumulation to the national weather service in
buffalo by sending an email to bufstorm.report@noaa.gov...posting
to the nws buffalo facebook page...or tweet...using the hashtag
bufwx
in lake effect snow the weather can vary from locally heavy snow
in narrow bands to clear skies just a few miles away. if you will
be traveling across the region be prepared for rapid changes in
road and visibility conditions.
if you lose power and plan on running a generator...make sure
that the generator is located outdoors and is properly
ventilated. space heaters should also be properly ventilated and
used only if they are operating properly. make sure snow does not
block exhausts and fresh air intakes for high efficiency furnaces
and water heaters.
&&
experimental content below...do not use operationally
please see below links for more information on this experiment
http://www.weather.gov/buf/polygon_pdd
http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notification/pns15lake_effect_snow.htm
to view the experimental polygons please see:
http://www.weather.gov/buf/lespolygon
coord...4324 7586 4342 7589 4326 7739 4338 7859
4318 7856 4314 7770 4301 7719 4302 7650
time y16m02d11t0900z-y16m02d11t2100z
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wwus41 kctp 111139
wswctp
paz005-112345-
/o.con.kctp.le.y.0003.000000t0000z-160212t0300z/
mckean-
including the city of...bradford
639 am est thu feb 11 2016
...lake effect snow advisory remains in effect until 10 pm est
this evening...
* hazard types...lake effect snow.
* snow accumulations...an additional 2 to 5 inches.
* timing...lake effect snow showers of varying intensity will
continue through early tonight.
* winds...northwest 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 30 mph.
* impacts...untreated roads will be snow covered. the wind will
lead to blowing and drifting snow. visibility could be greatly
reduced during brief heavier squalls...and in areas of blowing
snow. wind chills will be in the single digits below zero all
day.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
during periods of lake effect snow...the weather can vary from
locally heavy snow in narrow bands to clear skies just a few
miles away. if you will be traveling across the region be
prepared for rapid changes in road and visibility conditions.
report snow accumulation to the national weather service in state
college by sending an email to ctp.stormreports@noaa.gov...
posting to the nws state college facebook page...or tweet...using
the hashtag c...t...p...w...x.
&&
$$

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