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Major Lake-Effect Snowstorm Predicted: National Weather Service Issues Warning for Western New York and Tug Hill High Snowfall Rates Expected

The National Weather Service has issued Lake Effect Snow Warnings for parts near Lakes Erie and Ontario with forecasts showing that these areas could receive over a foot of snow through Tuesday. This harsh weather, anticipated to be the season’s first major lake-effect snowstorm, will particularly affect Western New York and Tug Hill.

The warning, slated to be in effect from 10 a.m. Monday to 7 a.m. Tuesday, was particularly flagged for Chautauqua County. In this period, the heaviest lake-effect snow bands are predicted to develop, potentially causing hazardous conditions. During this snowstorm, snow rates could surpass 1 inch per hour within the snow bands, accompanied by winds gusting as high as 35mph.

The hazardous weather outlook points to a cold front from the north as the major contributor to this heavy snowfall. This system is expected to significantly impact the eastern shores along with inland areas of Lake Erie.

Residents in the affected regions are urged to prepare appropriately and stay abreast of updates from the National Weather Service for the next couple of days as situations could escalate quickly.


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