The next hours of weather alerts: readers digest condensed version

Currently, there are 4 (four) weather alerts out there.  Instead of posting them separately, in separate posts, with separate graphics, I am throwing caution to the wind, and just writing a summary of ALL of them.  Really, I am just waiting for Spring!  So I can bring you info about bees, flowers and trees.  Helping our  environment, helping our farmers, helping our local neighbors and businesses. I want to help you all brag about yours and your kids accomplishments.  But……For now, we are stuck with………….Weather 🙄.

Here is what to expect for the next round:

Niagara, Orleans, Monroe, Northern Erie, and Genesee
  counties are still under Winter Weather Advisory til 8:00 AM Thursday.  
Additional ice accumulation of another few hundredths of an inch is expected overnight.  
The morning commute could be REALLY slick, slippery and messy. Be mindful if you have to
drive/walk anywhere.  

All the Flood Watches are still in effect. 

The National Weather Service has now issued a High Wind watch from Thursday evening 
until Friday afternoon for: Niagara, Orleans, Monroe, Erie, Genesee, Wyoming,
and Chautauqua counties.  Expect 30-40 mph winds from the Southwest with gusts up to 
60mph (!!) 😳. Strong wind gusts like this WILL bring down more trees and power lines.
Scattered power outages and minor property damage is possible.

So there you have it.  Weather in a nutshell!  -JAP-


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