Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Cattaraugus County to get 7—11" of Snow by Wednesday; Wyoming 2.5—4"

After examining each of the forecasts for the WNY counties that surround Wyoming County, it is clear that the county which is in store for the highest level of snow fall is Cattaraugus County, which is slated to receive no less than 7 inches of snow and hopefully no more than 11 inches. Wyoming County, however is caught between four counties that will have more limited amounts of snow. 

There will be times on Tuesday and Wednesday when we look through our windows that it will appear to be quite wintry with winds, blowing snow flurries and an accumulation of at least two inches of snow but not to exceed 3 1/2 to 4 inches in two days. A similar pattern is being predicted but with a little less snow for southern Erie, Allegany, Livingston, and Genesee. As usual, the deep valleys of Letchworth and Warsaw could/might prevent our southeast corner from receiving even that. No bets, however.

The original forecast involved Thursday and Friday whereas the greater portion of those two days are now being forecast as "mostly sunny" and "partly sunny" respectively. The weekend will partially return to wintry scenes but will be of little consequence with regard to snow. A little snow bird told me that this is December's way of getting our attention and reminding us that the days until the 24th and 25th will now begin to move a little more quickly than those of January and February! Let's all "Trim our lamps and be ready."

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