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Tuesday, December 31, 2019

CONDITIONS AT

1:35 PM --- Snowfall is no longer "light" but has become Moderate and visibility is somewhat decreased. The wind is responsible for current conditions.
1:45 PM --- Back to Light Snowfall.
1:47 PM --- Very Light Snowfall; dusting to half inch.
1:52 PM --- Clearing.              7th Day of
5:54 PM --- Radar:                  Christmas

Radar Indicates More Moderate Snowfall is on the Way

RADAR 11:44 AM
TEMPERATURE AT 11:50 AM WAS 34 DEGREES.
50-50 CHANCE OF BEING IN THE 3-5 INCHES AREA OF SNOWFALL.

Special Weather Statement Issued
by National Weather Service

...BURST OF SNOW AND GUSTY WINDS WITH LOW VISIBILITY EXPECTED THIS AFTERNOON... A burst of moderate to heavy snow is expected by early this afternoon over western New York and by mid to late afternoon across the Genesee valley. Expect sharply reduced visibility below a half mile during heavier snow showers, along with wind gusts over 30 mph. The worst conditions are expected over the Niagara Frontier and western Southern Tier, including the Buffalo metro, between 11 AM and 2 PM, then over the Genesee valley, including the Rochester metro, between 1 PM and 4 PM. It is also possible snow squall warnings may be needed later today in some areas as this snow moves through. Expect the snow to transition to lake effect snow showers by early this evening. If traveling this afternoon, be alert to rapidly changing visibility. Untreated roads could become covered with snow during periods of heavier snow.

UPDATE 11:40 AM --- Light Snow began falling at 11:32 AM.

Winter Weather Advisory Issued
by National Weather Service


Wyoming
Winter Weather Advisory
Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 1:00 PM EST until Wednesday, 1:00 PM EST. Source: U.S. National Weather Service
..WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 1 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO  1 PM EST WEDNESDAY... * WHAT...Snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 4 to 8 inches. Winds gusting as high as 35 mph. * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie counties. * WHEN...From 1 PM this afternoon to 1 PM EST Wednesday. * IMPACTS...Travel could become difficult. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Periods of snow will result in snow covered roads and limited visibilities. Slow down and use caution while driving.

It's Dec. 31st, New Year's Eve Day,
The Seventh Day of Christmas
Time to Evaluate 2019

It probably would be easy to take the approach of evaluation from a negative view, because as human beings, we are so vulnerable to even doing things which we really don't want to do. For example, we want to lose weight and don't want to eat sweets and carbohydrates every day, but somehow find ourselves doing exactly what we don't want to do. Our goals and dreams are not always in perfect alignment with our day-to-day longings.

It probably would be valuable, however, to deal with our short comings at some point, but certainly not in the first few new and fresh days of a new year. We have to celebrate the opportunity of adding another chapter to our life stories with each new arriving year. I have a hymn I used to enjoy singing every January (new year) and November (Thanksgiving). Its title is "Count Your Blessings." It encourages the singer to count them even before you begin to feel good about them, or even in the midst of misfortune.

Monday, December 30, 2019

Bright Sunshine Arrived in Early Afternoon with Temp of 55

RADAR 1:05 pm
6th Day of Christmas (Monday, 12-30-19)

RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE

at PFUMC TODAY - MON, DEC 30
Starts at 12 noon. Walk ins Welcome.
Hope to see you soon!

Sunshine from the SE, Dark Grey Clouds in NW, Rain Still in Forecast; Sun Struggles to be Part of Forecast

Meals on Wheels Driver says rain h

Headline Observations are from 9:24 am through 9:40 am and not associated with AccuWeather.
Forecast Graphic Courtesy AccuWeather

Sunday, December 29, 2019

Chilly and Wet Today; Rain Again Tomorrow but Slightly Warmer at 52°

5th Day of Christmas (Sunday, December 29, 2019

Saturday, December 28, 2019

Slightly Colder Weekend followed
by Another 50°Day on Monday

4th Day of Christmas (Saturday, Dec. 28)

Friday, December 27, 2019

Pastor Nelson Takes Retirement; Craig Davidson Installed: New Baptist Pastor

Pastor Davidson is pictured with his wife,
Danielle, and two sons, Josiah and Levi.
The First Baptist Church of Perry last month announced their welcome of new Pastor Craig "Chip" Davidson Jr. at his public installa-tion service Sunday afternoon, November 17, 2019. Chip, Danielle, and their sons Josiah and Levi came to Perry from Ridgeland, MS, where Chip was Assistant Pastor at Grace Bible Church.

Pastor Davidson replaced retired Pastor David Nelson after a ministry of 27 years at First Baptist. Davidson graduated with a Master of Theology degree from Dallas Theological Seminary in 2017 and served in the United States Air Force from 2005-2009.

"My passion for ministry is to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ to the world and to inflame a desire in the hearts of believers to pursue communion with the living God in their daily lives," explained the new pastor.

Current High of 50, Note Open Water on West Side, Melting Ice in Center

"Sure Doesn't Feel Like 50 Degrees!" (48 at 4:11 pm)
Courtesy Silver Lake Institute

South End of Lake Current Temp: 48 degrees; 47 at 4:11 pm.
Courtesy Silver Lake Marine

3rd Day of Christmas (Friday 27th)
... and the word is Wet and Mild

Thursday, December 26, 2019

A Cloudy 2nd Day of Christmas;
Five Days to the New Year

Eastern Shore in Foreground, Western Shore in background. 
Courtesy of Silver Lake Institute

Warm and Dry, then Warm and Wet

Dec.25 Celebrants:
Here's Hoping You had a
Blessed and Very Merry Christmas

According to the ancient church calendar which continues to be followed by most mainline churches up to this day, the Church Season of Christmas begins on the First Day of Christmas (Dec. 25th) and ends on the 12th Day of Christmas (and 12th Night which is January 5th.)

The religion's most significant holidays were Epiphany on January 6, which commemorated the arrival of the Magi after Jesus' birth, and Easter, which celebrated Jesus' resurrection. The first official mention of December 25 as a holiday honoring Jesus' birthday appears in an early Roman calendar from 336 A.D. (ref. Google)


The arrival of the Wise Men at the Manger is called The Epiphany (coming of The Light to the Gentiles--the word used for the masses of non-Jewish people). Epiphany always falls on January 6th. The Church Season of Epiphany continues through to Ash Wednesday which usually comes in February, but that's a different story.

Significant portions of Hispanic tradition and Eastern Christianity celebrate Christmas Day on January 6th (the arrival of the Wise Men in Bethlehem to give their gifts). According to Christian Scripture, God originally sent Jesus to be the Savior and King of the Jews. "The Jews," within 33 years of the gift of Jesus, rejected and crucified him, which led to the gift of Jesus to be offered to all humankind, Jews and Gentiles alike.

At first there was no celebration of Jesus' birth because it was anticipated that his "second coming" would be taking place very shortly after his ascension to Heaven. As the years went by, the church realized its need to set up a church calendar to help tell the story of Jesus and keep it circulating since early on there were no printed Scriptures. Movable type and the printing press were not yet in Europe--only valuable hand written copies which were protected by the church. Johannes Guttenberg is credited with inventing the printed page in Europe in approximately the year 1450.

Christmas became so big in the secular world because an early Bishop chose December 25th as Jesus' birthday. That date was already a well known date for a popular secular holiday--a celebration of the winter solstice. The duality of religious and secular celebration has endures throughout the centuries and is very present in our current 21st Century world.   Last Updated: 9:23 am 12/26/19.

Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Tonight is Christmas Eve; Methodist Church Reports its Evening Service

The annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service at Perry First UMC begins at 7:00 pm. As guests arrive prior to 7:00, they will be greeted with the Bell Choir chiming the first verse of Christmas carols as those gathered sing along. The Service will contain the Biblical Christmas Story, the Choir will sing two inspirational anthems, a Christmas Reading is included and more Christmas carols placed throughout the Service. 

Joanne Brocklehurst will direct the choir and accompany the congregation on the pipe organ. Former pastor Doug Wilson will be participating as a member of the vocal choir and Bell Choir, and former pastor Greg Franklin will be accompanying on the baby grand piano. "Silent Night," the closing carol of the Service will be sung in candlelight. 

All are welcome to come and celebrate Christmas Eve. The United Methodist Church is located at 35 Covington Street in Perry, just one block east of the traffic signal at the Main Street / Covington / Borden Ave. intersection.

Only Christmas Eve Colder than Day Before or Day After, but Not One
Flurry Forecast; Some Snow Remains

Monday, December 23, 2019

DEC Encourages Anglers to
Try Ice Fishing This Winter

Commissioner Reminds Anglers
To Practice Safety First
.
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today encouraged anglers to get out and safely enjoy ice fishing, a great way to spend time with family and friends outdoors during the winter months.

"Ice fishing continues to increase in popularity in New York and there are great opportunities to enjoy this winter sport across the state," Commissioner Seggos said. "From plentiful panfish to trophy tiger muskies, many fish species are active throughout the winter and the fishing can be just as good as during the open water season. Before venturing onto the ice, anglers should be cautious and make sure ensure the ice is thick enough to fish safely."

Four inches of solid clear ice is usually safe for anglers accessing ice on foot. Ice thickness can vary on waterbodies and even within the same waterbody. Anglers should be particularly cautious of areas of moving water and around boat docks and houses where bubblers may be installed to reduce ice from forming. Testing the ice can easily be done with an auger or spud bar at various spots. Fishing with a family member or a friend is also encouraged for safety.

Today Mostly Sunny, High Near 50, to Put Quite a Dent in the Snow Level

Sunday, December 22, 2019

ALL TRAINS DELAYED
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Submitted by Nancy Culley
under the category of
One of the Many Hazards of Railroading Pet Lovers

Saturday, December 21, 2019

Break from Winter Wonderland, Back to Just Dreaming of a White Christmas

My longing, or even dreaming, for a white Christmas diminishes rapidly with each passing year. The forecast is calling for the snow to be gone by Christmas; as a child, that word would have been severely disappointing but not any longer. 
5:13 PM POST-SUNSET ON SATURDAY; Courtesy SLI
I have spent the last several weeks looking through my colored holiday lights and onto the background scene of 5 to 6 inches of snow as I gaze up Ames Walkway and into the Park. This year the walkway has been used throughout the snowy season as people seek a safe shortcut to the post office and back. It's heart warming to see people walking even during these early winter months.

People walking remind me of community and of neighbors and friends who spend most of their time behind the warm walls of insulated cottages. Some scenes remind me of holiday cards and the warm feelings of family, gatherings, food, presents and catching up.

I wish to extend my very warmest wishes for a meaningful and very Merry Christmas to all, along with the wonders and opportunities of a fresh, New Year in 2021.


Friday, December 20, 2019

After two weeks without a working phone, today my new phone arrived by UPS and it is back in service with the same number as before. Feel free to get in touch with me.

Slight Warming Trend Begins this Weekend; Snow Gone by Christmas

Thursday, December 19, 2019

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Bitter Cold

9 degrees at 11:37 pm (still Wednesday)
Feels Like -13 degrees
Clear, No Clouds, No Snow
Thursday's High of 21 will feel like 6.

Progress Continues Toward Bathroom Renovation at Hoag Memorial

As of December 18, 2019, $1,675 has been received for the proposed Hoag project of a handicap accessible bathroom, also known as Hoag Bathroom Renovation Project. The Spiritual Life Committee also have some volunteers to help with the construction. Chuck Dusel will be sending plans for the proposed construction to the Trustees by way of email for their review. 

All contributions are tax deductible on your 2019 Income Taxes. Make checks payable to Silver Lake Institute, PO Box 20, Silver Lake, NY 14549. Funds must be officially transacted and recorded before December 31, 2019, in order to be eligible for 2019 taxes.

Subject: Package Delivery

Edited Twice
I have actually been receiving mail orders on the first and second days after ordering, both big orders and small, significant and insignificant. The one exception is the replacement of my defunct line phone. For that I must wait a week! One might surmise that in this world of instant communication, albeit with a much smaller percentage of truth, phones would take on a higher priority for processing and delivery. Maybe the cell phones do, but not so with a landline. 

Do they think that just because it has a wire, that I am not interested in the speed at which I receive this valuable tool. The last cell phone I had needed charging more and more frequently until it wasn't even lasting for the length of "a business day." Within a year, it quit taking any charge. The company apologized but did not replace the phone. Apparently the FCC was not impressed by this cell phone and forbid the company from even sending out a replacement. Neither am I impressed.

Passing Sunshine Brightens the Day

This wintry scene taken at 9:47 am was behind clouds at 10 am and back at 10:01 am. "Now you see it, soon you won't." ... and that deceptively blue sky as blowing snow whitens the atmosphere. Roads are passable and regularly plowed. When snow isn't falling it is blowing around. (Photo Courtesy of Silver Lake Institute)

Some Blowing Snow with
25 degrees Feeling Like 7;
Tonight: 5 degrees feeling like -4

The picture painted for 9:15 am on Wednesday is the feeling of cold, the site of windy conditions, and some heavily filtered sunshine which is creeping in from the horizon and just past the overhead cloud cover. The Weather Statement has expired but the Weather Advisory continues in effect until 7 pm this evening. Temp at 9:47 am was 25 but feeling like 7 degrees.

Special Weather Statement
Update: Now Expired


Wyoming
Special Weather Statement
Special Weather Statement in effect until 9:15 AM EST. Source: U.S. National Weather Service...
AN AREA OF HEAVY SNOW SHOWERS WILL AFFECT WYOMING...SOUTHERN ERIE...LIVINGSTON...NORTHERN ALLEGANY...SOUTHEASTERN GENESEE AND SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO COUNTIES...An area of briefly heavy snow showers will move from the Boston Hills across Wyoming County, the Genesee Valley south of Rochester, and the western Finger Lakes.  Visibility will be briefly reduced to less than a half mile, and wind gusts will produce blowing snow. Accumulations will be less than an inch, but will result in snow covered and slippery roads for the morning commute.This includes the following highways... Interstate 390 between exits 4 and 10. Interstate 90 between exits 57A and 57.
Conditions can deteriorate rapidly in winter weather situations. Be prepared for snow or ice covered roads. Slow down and allow extra time when traveling.

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Second Winter Weather
Advisory in Two Days


Wyoming
Winter Weather Advisory
Winter Weather Advisory in effect from Wednesday, 1:00 AM EST until
Wednesday, 7:00 PM EST. Source: U.S. National Weather Service
* WHAT... Lake effect snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 4 to 6 inches in the most persistent lake snows. Winds gusting as high as 35 mph will produce blowing and drifting snow.
* WHERE... Wyoming and Southern Erie counties.
* WHEN... From 1 AM to 7 PM EST Wednesday. 
* IMPACTS... Travel could be difficult with snow covered roads and poor visibility. The hazardous conditions could impact the morning commute.
PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...  Lake effect snow will fall in relatively narrow bands. If  traveling, be prepared for rapidly changing road conditions and visibilities. Submit snow reports through our website or social media.

Are You Looking to Reduce
Your 2019 Income Tax?

DID YOU KNOW THAT:

  • THE SILVER LAKE INSTITUTE IS A TAX EXEMPT NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION?

  • THE SPIRITUAL LIFE COMMITTEE IS PLANNING FOR A HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE BATHROOM
    AT HOAG THIS SPRING?

  • YOU CAN REDUCE YOUR 2019 INCOME TAX MANDATE BY
    GIVING TO THIS (OR ANY) SLI PROJECT?


  • All Donations and Gifts must be Deposited into the 
    Bank Account of the Silver Lake Institute 
    NO LATER than December 31, 2019.


    Checks should be made payable to “Silver Lake Institute” and 
    Marked in the memo field “Hoag Project.”
    Mailing address: SLI, Box 20, Silver Lake, NY 14549

    Snowball

    by Shel Silverstein
    I made myself a snowball, 
    as perfect as could be,
    I thought I'd keep it as a .....pet, 

    and let it sleep with me.
    I made it some pajamas, 
    and a pillow for its head,
    Then last night it ran away, 

    but first--it wet the bed!

    Several Inches Arrived Overnight;
    Light Snow Continues this Morning

    The National Weather Service wins this round of snow fall prediction. NWS forecast 3 to 5 inches for Tuesday during the day and that's the track we appear to be on.  Spectrum Weather says this should wrap up by Noon. Late Tuesday night the next storm enters the area to bring another 3 inches going into--and including--Wednesday.
    UPDATE --- The snowfall stopped for the afternoon.

    Featured Story, Courtesy USA Today

    USA TODAY: 

    "Dreaming of a White Christmas? Here's where

    Your Best Chances are for seeing snow Dec. 25th"


    Though it's still a bit early for an exact forecast for Dec. 25, where does history say you should be for your best chance of seeing a white Christmas? 
    "Most of Idaho, Minnesota, Maine, upstate New York, the Allegheny Mountains of Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and, of course, the Rockies and the Sierra Nevada Mountains all have a high probability of seeing a white Christmas," according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.  
    "And Crested Butte, Colorado, is just one of about a dozen locations boasting a nearly 100% historical probability of seeing a white Christmas," NOAA said.
    Other locations where snow cover on Christmas Day is a virtual or complete certainty include Crater Lake, Oregon; Steamboat Springs, Colorado; and Marquette, Michigan, according to the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
    (Marquette is a virtual lock once again this year, as the city has a snow depth of 30 inches as of Monday, the National Weather Service said.) 

    The USA's fascination with a white Christmas dates back at least to 1942, when Bing Crosby crooned the wistful song in the film "Holiday Inn."

    Historically, much of northern Minnesota and Wisconsin, most of Michigan's Upper Peninsula and a large portion of the Western mountain areas have a 90% or better chance of a white Christmas.
    Also based on historical averages, some of the biggest cities with the best probability for a white Christmas, according to AccuWeather, include Minneapolis; Green Bay, Wisconsin; Buffalo, New York; and Burlington, Vermont.

    Significant Differences Remain
    in Forecast Snow Totals

    The NWS Winter Weather Advisory which expires at 4 pm this afternoon boldly predicts 3 to 5 inches of snow for the period ending at 4 pm this afternoon. In contrast, AccuWeather breaks up the morning snowfall from the "tonight" snowfall and is calling for "up to an inch" for morning and "a few snow showers for "tonight." AccuWeather clearly sees far less snow in their forecast. We call it, "Be prepared for anything."

    NWS: Snow squalls Wednesday will accumulate 1 to 3 inches with white out conditions at times. Lake Effect Snow coming in Tuesday night and into Wednesday (National Weather Service). The Weather Channel makes vague references to "snow" but does not dabble in number of inches on their standard charts (which seems to be a wise move, at least for this week).

    Monday, December 16, 2019

    Weather Updated 11:39 pm


    Wyoming
    Winter Weather Advisory
    Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 11:00 PM EST until Tuesday, 4:00 PM EST. Source: U.S. National Weather Service
      * WHAT...Snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches.
    * WHERE...Wyoming, Livingston, Ontario, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus,  Allegany, and Southern Erie counties.
    * WHEN...From 11 PM this evening to 4 PM EST Tuesday.
    * IMPACTS...Plan on slippery road conditions and reduced visibility. The hazardous conditions could impact the morning commute.
    PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...Periods of snow will result in snow covered roads and limited visibilities. Slow down and use caution while driving. Submit snow reports through our website or social media.

    TUESDAY--3 to 5 inches (from the NWS Winter Weather Advisory).
    WEDNESDAY--Snow squalls will total 1 to 3 inches (AccuWeather).

    Sunday, December 15, 2019

    SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE . . . I've been without a  phone for a week. Researching what I need and want has taken longer than anticipated. My new phone should arrive by this Friday.

    After initial 4 to 5", Silver Lake Missed late Evening and Overnight Snowfalls; Currently Avoiding 6 am to 7 am Snow

    UPDATE --- Approximately 9 am, we received a snow squall which lasted approximately 90 minutes or less, after which it cleared again and remained clear for the rest of the morning and afternoon. It is 4:22 pm at the time of this report and there has been no new snow.

    As is quite often the case, Silver Lake has been able to avoid significant, additional snowfall from about 9 pm last evening up to the present. The forecast of heavy snow from 6 am to 7 am this morning seems also to be avoiding us. The 32-degree temperature has the snow wet and heavy and slowly trying to slide off the windows of my car with only limited success.

    The current radar picture is indicating some level of snowfall on our doorstep but it keeps breaking up somewhere between Warsaw and Silver Lake, although we haven't received any live reports from the southern Silver Lake area up to this point.
    The Winter Storm Warning has expired (at 7 am) as previously forecast. Snow does, however, remain in the mid-morning forecast. Snow should end for most areas by late morning just in time for Asbury's Christmas Brunch at 11:30 am.

    Saturday, December 14, 2019

    1-Second Power Failure at 9:06 pm Knocks Out Cable Box for 9 Minutes

    ...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT
    UNTIL 7 AM EST SUNDAY
     ...
    * WHAT...Heavy snow. Additional snow accumulations of 5-9 inches. 
    Winds gusting as high as 40 mph.
    * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern 
    Erie 

    counties. 
    * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.
    * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow 

    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow 
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs & scattered 
    power outages.

    PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Widespread accumu-

    lating snow will create dangerous travel conditions. Submit snow 
    reports through our website or social media. End of NWS Report.



    REMINDER #1 -- Tomorrow, Sunday, Dec. 15th, is the Asbury Retreat Center's first Christmas Brunch at Koinonia Inn from 11:30 am through 1:00 pm. If you put your reservations in, then they are prepared for you to join them in this great Brunch opportunity with your friends!

    REMINDER #2 -- Monday, Dec. 16th, is the Community Band's Annual Christmas Concert beginning at 7 pm in the auditorium of the First U.M. Church at 35 Covington St., just one block east of Main Street in Perry. Informal reception follows.

    Winter Storm Warning in Effect from the NWS Until Sunday, 7:00 am EST


    Wyoming
    Winter Storm Warning
    Winter Storm Warning in effect until Sunday, 7:00 AM EST. Source: U.S. National Weather Service (NWS).

    * WHAT...Heavy snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 6 to 12
     inches. Winds gusting as high as 35 mph. 
    * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie
      Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming County. * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.


    * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
      and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and scattered power outages.


    PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Widespread accumulating snow and the combination of wet snow will create dangerous travel conditions. Submit snow reports through our website or social media.



      County.

      * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.
      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie

     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
     
    County.

    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming

       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday.

      * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow
     
    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages.
      PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
      Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel
     conditions.
    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      

      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie
     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
    County.
    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming
       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday. * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow

    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel conditions.

    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      

      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie
     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
    County.
    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming
       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday. * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow

    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel conditions.

    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.
      
      * WHERE...Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Southern Erie
     counties. The greatest accumulations will be across the
    County.
    Chautauqua Ridge, Boston Hills, and higher terrain of Wyoming
       * WHEN...Until 7 AM EST Sunday. * IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult with deep, slushy snow

    and gusty winds may result in some downed tree limbs and
    cover on roads and poor visibility. The combination of wet snow
      scattered power outages. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Widespread accumulating snow will create dangerous travel conditions.

    &&
    Submit snow reports through our website or social media.