SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY (November 25, 2014) – Issued By: NWS Binghamton (South Central New York and Northeastern Pennsylvania)
Affected Jurisdictions: Delaware, Sullivan Counties
...Snowstorm Expected From Late Tonight To Late Wednesday Night Which will Impact Holiday Travel….A Coastal Storm Will Bring Heavy Snow To Much Of Northeast Pennsylvania And The Western Catskills From Late Tonight Through Wednesday. Farther North And West…Less Snow Is Expected. The Snow is Expected To Taper Down To Scattered Snow Showers Late Wednesday night. This Storm Will Significantly Impact Holiday Travel On Wednesday And Wednesday Night In Northeast Pennsylvania And Much of Central New York Especially South And East Of Utica To Waverly Line….
Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 3 AM Wednesday To 6 AM Est Thursday…The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Winter storm Warning For Heavy Snow…Which Is In Effect From 3 AM Wednesday to 6 AM EST Thursday.* Locations…All Of Northeast Pennsylvania Except Bradford County and Delaware And Sullivan Counties In New York.
* Hazards…Heavy Snow.* Accumulations…5 To 10 Inches Of Snow. The Highest Amounts Will be Over The Higher Terrain Where A Few Locations Could See A foot Of Snow. Valleys Will See The Least Snowfall.
* Timing…Snow Begins Between 3 And 6 AM Overnight And Continues through The Daylight Hours Wednesday And Tapers Off Wednesday night To Snow Showers. Snowfall Of One To Two Inches Per Hour Is expected Between 9 AM And 3 PM Wednesday.
* Temperatures…In The Upper 20S To Lower 30S.
* Winds…North 5 To 10 Mph.* Impacts…Snow Covered And Slippery Roads. Travel From Late tonight To Wednesday Night Will Become Dangerous.
A Winter Storm Warning For Heavy Snow Means Severe Winter Weather conditions Are Expected Or Occurring. Significant Amounts Of Snow are Forecast That Will Make Travel Dangerous. Only Travel In An emergency. If You Must Travel…Keep An Extra flashlight…Food…And Water In Your Vehicle In Case Of An emergency.
Please Report Snowfall Amounts To The National Weather Service By calling Toll Free At 1-877-633-6772…Or By Email At bgm.Stormreport@Noaa.Gov.