Erie County is experiencing some snow and it is CRAZY!! Let's put this in perspective. Four miles south of Cheektowaga 65 inches of the white flurries were reported as of Wednesday afternoon while three miles north of Cheektowaga there was only two inches of snow reported!
Cold temperatures, heavy snow, and treacherous ice storms are all risks of the winter season. Consider going beyond the basics of disaster preparedness with the following tips to stay safe this cold season.
Get ready! It is possible that by Monday our April showers may turn to snow showers. The National Weather Service has issued a WINTER STORM WARNING for our area. We Buffalonians know this isn't anything new. As a matter of fact it's part of Buffalo history!
It was one of the worst blizzards in American history, killing more than 400 people and dumping as much as 55 inches of snow in some areas. New York City ground to a near halt in the face of huge snow drifts and strong winds
At least here in Western New York the mammoth storm we'd been hearing about kinda fizzled. Depending on what source you were depending on the forecast said we could get anywhere from 8 to 16 inches of snow - maybe more. And with high winds it could create some very dangerous conditions.
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