Winter Weather Advisory Issue For Parts Of Western New York
Western New York will be impacted by the massive storm front that is rolling across the county.
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While the total amount of snow is still up in the air, a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for parts of Western New York. The winter weather advisory will begin at 3 pm this afternoon for Allegheny, Cattaraugus, McKean, Southern Erie, and Wyoming counties and last until Saturday morning at 10 am.
The winter weather advisory will be expanded at 5 pm to include Genesee, Niagara, Northern Erie, and Orleans counties. The advisory will expire for these counties at Noon on Saturday.
We can expect mixed precipitation with anywhere between 2-5 inches of snow. Also, there is a chance of freezing rain with wind gusts up to 45 miles per hour.
The good news is that we won't see any much snow that was predicted at the beginning of the week. Several weather models were showing snow totals of over 12 inches for parts of Western New York. It looks like that won't happen, but we will see snow in the 716.
It appears that this massive storm front will impact other parts of New York much more than here in Western New York. If you are traveling East at all today or tomorrow, the driving conditions could be hazardous as you get towards Batavia.