Here Is What Erie County Has Named The “Storm” We Are In Right Now
We love that this is how the Erie County Department of Public Works has been naming storms in Western New York.
Now, we know what some of you are thinking: "this is not a 'storm". But, it qualifies and has been named by Erie County after a beer from Hamburg Brewing Company:
Oatmeal Milk Stout Storm
Erie County was planning on naming every winter storm after a local microbrew.
The latest National Weather Service forecast predicts another 1-3" of snow across Erie County through 1 pm.
EXTRA: Overnight there was an Amber Alert issued in the Western New York area (area 1) where officials are looking for a 50 year old man who apparently has abducted a 17 year old girl in the Tonwanada area, specifically right by the Walmart near the Wurlitzer building. As you drive around today look for the man's car with the license plate: HPS3850. It is a dark blue 2015 Nissan Rouge.
According to the Amber Alert:
The CHILD, STEPHNIE WHITE is a White female, approximately 17 years old with short, brown hair and brown eyes. She is approximately 4 feet 10 inches tall and weighs about 160 pounds. STEPHNIE was last seen wearing BLACK DEADPOOL SWEATSHIRT, RED/BLACK PAJAMA PANTS W/HARLEY QUINN IMAGES, BLACK/WHITE HIGH-TOP SNEAKERS.