There have been several warnings issued by the National Weather Service over the last few days advising residents in Western New York to expect quite a bit of snow to fall in the 716 and, while snowfall is less than some of the worse snow models, the flakes that are falling in the Southtowns is making travel this a mess all around the area.

Several towns south of the City of Buffalo have issued travel advisories as it's becoming significantly more difficult to maneuver the roads around the region.

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According to WIVB-TV, the Towns of Orchard Park and Evans, along with the Village of Angola have seen conditions deteriorate quickly as the snowbands begin to park themselves south of the city.

When a Travel Advisory is issued, government officials request that residents do their best to avoid unnecessary travel. This is typically requested when conditions are at a point where unnecessary travel may make things more difficult for road workers and other emergency personnel to get where they need to get. Travel advisories are just requests, and are not travel bans when the roads are closed and only emergency personnel can be out.

The lake effect snow warning that was issued by the National Weather Service for Chautauqua, Wyoming, Cattaraugus, and southern Erie County will be in effect until approximately 7 am on Wednesday, November 29, 2023.

If you happen to find yourself out on the roads, please make sure you take your time and be careful on the roads.

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