(November 24, 2014) – Issued By: NWS Binghamton (South Central New York and Northeastern Pennsylvania)
Affected Jurisdictions: Delaware, Sullivan Counties
Potential Heavy Snow Wednesday To Early Thursday
A Coastal Storm Will Cause Potentially Heavy Snow To Develop Wednesday…Through Wednesday Night…Lingering Into Early Thursday Morning.
This May Significantly Impact Holiday Travel….
The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Winter Storm Watch…Which Is In Effect From Wednesday Morning Through Tursday Morning.
* Locations…Portions Of The Poconos To Western Catskills.
* Hazards…Heavy Snow.
* Accumulations…Potential For 7 Or More Inches.
* Timing…Snow Will Develop Wednesday…And May Be Heavy At Times Afternoon Through Evening…Before Gradually Diminishing Late Wednesday Night Into Early Thursday.
* Temperatures…Upper 20S To Low 30S.
* Winds…Northeast To Northwest Less Than 10 Mph.
* Impacts…Snow Covered Roads…Significant Impact To Holiday Travel.
A Winter Storm Watch Is In Effect Because Heavy Snow Is A Possibility…But Not A Certainty.
At This Time…There Is The Potential For Snow Accumulations Of 7 Inches Or More. Travel Conditions Could Become Hazardous…So It Is Important To Monitor the Latest Forecasts And Statements If You Are Planning To Travel in The Watch Area.