Interesting Weather Ahead!

Mark was a little disappointed that we made no plans to get together with extended family for Thanksgiving this year.  To be totally honest, I am tired from all of the activity last week, and I am happy to relax with Mark and the kids tomorrow.  I feel like I am coming down with a cold, too.

I logged onto the laptop just a few minutes ago, and got a flashing red alert on my Weatherbug.  Seems it is good we didn’t make any travel plans….might get a bit “dicey”! 

ALERT 1 – Winter Weather Advisory

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 4 AM TO 4 PM EST THURSDAY

Event Start: 4:00AM EST, Thursday Nov 22, 2007
Event End: 4:00PM EST, Thursday Nov 22, 2007

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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 4 AM TO 4 PM EST THURSDAY
UNTIL 10:45PM EST

Urgent – Winter Weather Message National Weather Service Buffalo NY 237 PM EST Wed Nov 21 2007

Niagara-Orleans-Monroe-Wayne-Northern Cayuga-Northern Erie- Genesee-Wyoming-Livingston-Ontario-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus- Allegany-Southern Erie- Including The Cities Of… Niagara Falls… Medina… Rochester… Newark… Fair Haven… Buffalo… Batavia… Warsaw… Geneseo… Canandaigua… Jamestown… Olean… Wellsville… Orchard Park… Springville

… Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 4 AM To 4 PM EST Thursday…

The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A Winter Weather Advisory… Which Is In Effect From 4 AM To 4 PM EST Thursday.

Rain Will Fall Heavily At Times Tonight Before Mixing With And Changing To Sleet Toward Daybreak And To Snow For A Time Thursday Morning. There May Even Be A Brief Period Of Freezing Rain At Higher Elevations Early In The Morning. The Snow Should Taper Off To Snow Showers By Midday Thursday And Accumulate Just An Inch Or Two… But The Combination Of Mixed Precipitation And Temperatures Falling To Near Freezing Will Result In Very Slippery Road Conditions For The Thanksgiving Day Holiday. This Will Be The First Bout Of Winter Driving Conditions Of The Season For Most Of The Region… So Exercise Caution In Your Holiday Travels.

A Winter Weather Advisory Is Normally Issued For A Variety Of Winter Weather Conditions Such As Light Snow, Blowing Snow, Sleet, Freezing Rain And Wind Chills. While The Weather Will Be Significant, The Word Advisory Implies That Severe Winter Weather Is Not Anticipated. Stay Tuned To Noaa Weather Radio And Other Radio And Tv Stations For Further Details Or Updates.

Bulletin Issued: 2:37PM EST, Wednesday Nov 21, 2007
Bulletin Expired: 10:45PM EST, Wednesday Nov 21, 2007

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