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Weather Summary for Western and North Central New York
National Weather Service Buffalo NY
305 PM EST Mon Jan 23 2017

Strong low pressure off the Mid Atlantic will move northeastward
along the east coast tonight into Tuesday bringing widespread
precipitation to the region. Rain will begin across the Southern
Tier first, then spread northward across the entire area by late
this evening. Precipitation will mix with and change over to snow
tonight with portions of central and northcentral NY receiving
significant snow accumulations. Weak high pressure will then cross
the region Tuesday night into the first part of Wednesday before low
pressure slides north of the region Wednesday night into Thursday
dragging a cold front through the area. Colder air in the wake of
this front will then slowly filter into the region into this weekend
with lake effect snows increasing east of the Lower Great Lakes.

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JM


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