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Severe thunderstorms swept through Western New York Saturday night. The Southern Tier counties were particularly hard hit by strong winds and heavy rains. A tornado warning was issued for parts of Cattaraugus County. But so far, the National Weather Service says there is no evidence of an actual tornado touching down.

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Severe thunderstorms moved through Western New York Saturday night, resulting in some damage.

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Weekend weather broke local records, but not the kind most Western New Yorkers might think. The sultry temperatures and conditions are expected to be followed by more of the same, but with some added relief for current drought conditions.

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Governor Andrew Cuomo says New Yorkers should be cautious during this weekend's severe thunderstorms.

The heat is on again in WNY by midweek

Jul 11, 2016
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After parts of Western New York enjoyed a weekend that included comfortable breezes and even a brief burst of rain, hot and humid weather is heading back into the region.

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It may have rained this week, but that is not expected to have much effect on streams and lawns across the region. Rainfall is more than four inches below normal.

Round two of our late season winter weather arrives late Sunday afternoon. The National Weather Service has posted another winter weather advisory for all of Western New York from 5:00 Sunday afternoon until 2:00 Monday afternoon.

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As cold as it was last February, temperatures never dropped as low as they did Sunday morning. It was 12 below zero at the airport weather station at 8am, just one degree shy of the record of 13-below set back in 1943.

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The National Weather Service has issued Lake Effect Snow Warnings for much of Western New York Tuesday. 


Winter has arrived in Western New York with a combination of lake-effect snow warnings and advisories in effect for various parts of Western New York. 


A Lake Effect Snow Advisory has been issued for much of Western New York. Jon Hitchcock of the National Weather Service expects the snow event to start south of Buffalo and arrive in the city in the early minutes of 2016.


The Buffalo area is bracing for some mixed precipitation in the coming days.

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Buffalo’s lack of snow has landed us in the record books.  The National Weather Service reports, as of midnight, the area has broken the record for the latest measurable snowfall. 

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Western New York could shatter a weather record this week -- just not the kind we're used to seeing as we move into December.

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A weekend weather system will force Western New Yorkers to take caution.

A high wind warning is in effect for all of Western New York. Wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour are expected both Thursday and Friday.

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It is another windy day in Western New York. The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Warning until 11 p.m. this evening and a Lakeshore Flood Advisory until 2 p.m. this afternoon. The forecast also calls for showers with temperatures around 50 degrees. Winds will gust up to 60 mph.

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In general, Western New Yorkers get to enjoy a wonderful fall season, but everyone knows that this is the precursor to winter.

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The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for all of Western and Central New York today.

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A series of thunderstorms rolled through Western New York overnight, bringing heavy rains.

This summer may have had a cool, rainy start, but the second half looks drier and warmer, especially over the next couple days.

A severe thunderstorm warning remains in effect for numerous Western New York counties, following a tornado warning for Southern Erie and Wyoming Counties on Monday morning.

Within the past several months the Buffalo area has gone from having too much snow to not enough rain.


Monday may see temperatures at or above 70 degrees. If so, it would be the warmest day since winter came to Western New York.

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Yesterday's gusting winds caused a number of reports of property damage and power outages around the region.

Warm up today but snow possible for Easter weekend

Apr 2, 2015
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Some warmer temperatures are slated to settle into Western New York today but winter is not ready to let go of us yet, with snow expected for this Easter weekend.  WBFO's Cheryl Hagen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Tony Ansuini about what to expect over the next few days.

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The dawning of March brings with it thoughts of spring.

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February is very close to becoming the coldest month ever in Western New York. 


How cold is it in Western New York?

Feb 20, 2015
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Western New Yorkers have been coping with frigid temperatures and wind chills lower than we have seen in a while.  There is a wind chill warning in effect until 10 a.m. Friday.  WBFO's Cheryl Hagen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist David Church early about the weather.

Winter Weather Advisory issued for WNY

Feb 4, 2015

After a cold, dry Tuesday, area drivers should be prepared to deal with difficult conditions. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory through 4 a.m. Thursday.

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