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Good evening everyone,

This evening we'll see some flurries and freezing drizzle.in the higher elevations with lows hovering around freezing.

Tomorrow as temps slowly climb above freezing we'll have the chance of an isolated shower otherwise it will be mild with highs in the mid 40s.

-Manny
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Federal Emergency Management Agency
Special Weather Statement issued December 13 at 3:58PM EST by NWS Binghamton NY

Areas Affected: Sullivan; Wyoming; Luzerne; Northern Wayne; Southern Wayne; Broome; Pike; Lackawanna; Delaware; Bradford; Susquehanna

A moist easterly flow will allow patchy areas of fog, drizzle and freezing drizzle to develop later this evening. The mixture of drizzle and freezing drizzle will continue overnight and into early Friday morning. The highest probability to see this freezing drizzle will be over the higher terrain of the Poconos
and western Catskills. Temperatures will hover in the upper 20 to lower 30s and a light glaze of ice may form on untreated surfaces.

Motorists should use caution and be prepared to encounter changeable winter conditions.
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Special Weather Statement issued December 13 at 3:29PM EST by NWS Mount Holly NJ

Areas Affected: Carbon; Sussex; Monroe

There is the possibility for some light snow and freezing drizzle across the southern Poconos and northern New Jersey tonight. The precipitation is not expected to be widespread, but may create locally hazardous travel. Conditions will be worse at the higher
elevations. Be prepared for some slippery spots across the area overnight. Temperatures will remain below freezing into the evening and the slowly rise overnight.
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Federal Emergency Management Agency
Special Weather Statement issued December 13 at 2:42PM EST by NWS Binghamton NY

Areas Affected: Sullivan; Northern Wayne; Southern Wayne; Broome; Otsego; Pike; Lackawanna; Delaware; Susquehanna; Chenango

At 238 PM EST a snow squall was located along a line extending from Oxford to near Tompkinsville. Movement was east at 35 mph.

Locations impacted include...
Rockland, Dunmore, Oneonta, Fallsburg, Carbondale, Norwich, Archbald, Monticello, Blakely and Olyphant.

Visibilities will drop quickly to less than a half of a mile at times. Roads will become snow and slush covered, especially over the higher elevations where temperatures are colder.

Use extra caution if you must travel into or through this dangerous snow squall. Rapid changes in visibility and potentially slick roads are likely to lead to accidents. Consider delaying travel until the squall passes your location.
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Federal Emergency Management Agency
Special Weather Statement issued December 13 at 2:01PM EST by NWS Binghamton NY

Areas Affected: Wyoming; Northern Wayne; Southern Wayne; Broome; Otsego; Cortland; Lackawanna; Delaware; Susquehanna; Chenango

At 159 PM EST a snow squall was located along a line extending from near Cortland to Clarks Summit. Movement was northeast at 25 mph.

Locations impacted include...
Binghamton, Johnson City, Carbondale, Norwich, Archbald, Blakely, Dickson City, Kirkwood, Conklin, Windsor, Deposit and Olyphant.

Visibilities will drop quickly to less than a quarter of a mile in this squall. Up to 1 inch of snow may accumulate in a short period
of time. Roads will become snow and slush covered, especially over the higher elevations where colder temperatures were observed.

Icy roads are possible as the snow melts on the roads then quickly refreezes.

Conditions can deteriorate rapidly in winter weather situations. Be prepared for snow or ice covered roads. Slow down and allow extra
time when traveling.
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