Erie County Under Winter Storm Warning for Additional 2-4 Inches of Snow
Erie County is under a winter storm warning as residents brace for an additional 2-4 inches of snow, according to meteorologist Tom Atkins on Jet 24 Action News at 6.
While areas in Crawford and Warren counties are expected to receive a lot less snow, Chautauqua and Erie counties are experiencing heavy snowfall.
The snow bands are moving away to the east, reaching from the Lakeshore through Erie County and Chautauqua.
Saegertown Townville and Meadville are experiencing flurries, while Spring Creek Sugar Grove Youngsville and Warren in Warren County are seeing a slight uptick in snowfall.
Atkins advises that it’s best to use live cameras to monitor the snowfall.
Residents can expect a little uptick in snowfall tomorrow, but it won’t be significant.
The temperatures range from the upper 20s to the low 30s, causing heavy and sloppy snow.
The winter storm warning is expected to remain in effect until 7 A.M.
After that, flurries are expected, and the snowfall will gradually diminish.
Erie County residents can expect mostly cloudy and chilly weather tomorrow, with temperatures in the low 30s.
The mountains of New York State will experience another 2-4 inches of snow, while Pennsylvania will only receive trace amounts to two inches of snow.
The temperatures in New York State will be between 22-26, while the Inland Zone will experience lows of 24 to 28.
A weak system is expected to move in on Sunday, but it won’t bring significant snowfall.
Temperatures will remain in the 30s and gradually increase into the 40s by Wednesday and Thursday.