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Wednesday Weather Impacts Driving And School Closures
By: Sheila McCrea - Wednesday, January 25, 2023

The Winter Warnings and Advisories continue this morning.

The National Weather Service says heaviest snow fall will be mid to late morning with snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour in the warning area. The highest snowfall totals will be in the Interstate 69 and U.S. 24 corridors.

The tri-state region can expect travel impacts for today from the weather.

Forecasters say we will have lingering snow tonight into Thursday.

If you have to shovel snow, please remember heavy, wet snow can be strenuous on your muscles, including your heart. Go slow, take frequent breaks, dress warm and be safe!

The weather has prompted all of Steuben County Schools to cancel in person learning today. To check cancellations impact by the weather you can check our website.



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