Say Goodbye to Lake Effect Snow Warnings Buffalo
Do you love the snow? Get ready for what could be a fun filled winter for those of us that love outdoors sports in the snow here in Buffalo!
The National Weather Service indicated this week that Buffalo could be looking at a year that brings more than normal amounts of snow!
This is great news for ski resorts and snowmobile companies.The last couple of winters have been less than exciting and as a matter of fact, I only put 30 miles on my sled last season and most of that was on mud.
True, there are trails north of here and along Lake Ontario. However, there is something exciting and special about being able to ride to you favorite bar on a sled in Erie County.
Buffalo was specifically named in a national long-range forecast as a city that could expect higher than normal snow totals. But don't expect a lake effect snow warning or advisory. They are being phased out and replaced with winter storm watches.
- Consolidate Lake Effect Snow Advisory and Freezing Rain Advisory into Winter Weather Advisory
- Consolidate Lake Effect Snow Watch and Blizzard Watch into Winter Storm Watch
- Consolidate Lake Effect Snow Warning into Winter Storm Warning (selected sites only)