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NOUS41 KBUF 281201
PNSBUF
NYZ001>008-010>014-019>021-085-290000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BUFFALO NY
800 AM EDT THU APR 28 2016

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND THE NEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICE HAVE PROCLAIMED APRIL 24 THROUGH 30
SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK.

A HAZARDOUS WEATHER COMMUNICATIONS DRILL IS SCHEDULED FOR TODAY AT
1:15 PM. A TEST WARNING WILL BE ISSUED STATEWIDE AT THAT TIME VIA
OUR SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT PRODUCT. THIS WILL GIVE ALL NEW
YORKERS... FROM EMERGENCY RESPONDERS TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC... THE
OPPORTUNITY TO SEE IF THEY ARE ABLE TO RECEIVE VITAL INFORMATION ON
POTENTIAL WEATHER HAZARDS. THE DRILL ALSO GIVES NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE FORECASTERS THE CHANCE TO TEST THEIR ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE
INFORMATION ON THOSE HAZARDS QUICKLY. TONE ALERT NOAA WEATHER RADIO
RECEIVERS SHOULD ACTIVATE. SAME DIGITAL NOAA WEATHER RADIO RECEIVERS
SHOULD DISPLAY THE ROUTINE MONTHLY TEST /RMT/.

TORNADOES ARE AN AWESOME DISPLAY OF NATURE`S POWER. ALTHOUGH THEY
ARE MOST COMMON IN THE MIDWEST AND GREAT PLAINS... TORNADOES DO
OCCUR IN NEW YORK AS WELL. SIX TORNADOES TOUCHED DOWN IN WESTERN AND
NORTH CENTRAL NEW YORK LAST YEAR..INCLUDING ONES IN GENESEE...
CATTARAUGUS... ALLEGANY... MONROE... AND ONTARIO COUNTIES. THESE
TORNADOES RESULTED IN MILLIONS IN DOLLARS OF DAMAGES. FORTUNATELY
THERE WERE NO FATALITIES.

THE PRIMARY MISSION OF THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IS TO PROTECT
LIVES FROM HAZARDOUS WEATHER. METEOROLOGISTS CLOSELY MONITOR THE
ATMOSPHERE FOR CONDITIONS WHICH MAY PRODUCE TORNADOES OR SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS.

IF THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR STORM DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE NEXT
SEVERAL HOURS... A TORNADO WATCH IS ISSUED. WHILE YOU CAN CONTINUE
WITH YOUR ROUTINE ACTIVITIES WHEN A WATCH IS IN EFFECT... YOU SHOULD
PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE SKY. IF IT BECOMES UNUSUALLY
THREATENING... OR IF YOU HEAR THUNDER... IT`S ALWAYS BEST TO GO
INDOORS UNTIL THE STORM PASSES. WHY TAKE A CHANCE? TORNADOES CAN
FORM VERY RAPIDLY. ALSO... LISTEN FOR THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION
ON YOUR FAVORITE RADIO OF TV STATION... OR ON NOAA WEATHER RADIO.

DOPPLER RADAR CURRENTLY IN USE AT ALL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
OFFICES HAS GREATLY AIDED FORECASTERS IN DETECTING TORNADOES. IN
ADDITION... VOLUNTEER STORM SPOTTERS TRAINED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE HAVE PROVIDED VALUABLE GROUND TRUTH INFORMATION ON TORNADO
TOUCHDOWNS.

IF A TORNADO IS SIGHTED BY SPOTTERS OR DETECTED ON RADAR... THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WOULD QUICKLY ISSUE A TORNADO WARNING FOR
COMMUNITIES IN THE STORM/S PATH. IF YOU LIVE IN OR NEAR A COMMUNITY
MENTIONED IN THE WARNING... YOU SHOULD TAKE COVER IMMEDIATELY BY
GOING INTO AN INTERIOR ROOM... AWAY FROM WINDOWS... ON THE LOWEST
LEVEL OF A STURDY BUILDING. A BASEMENT OFFERS THE BEST PROTECTION
FOLLOWED BY INTERIOR CLOSETS AND HALLWAYS. MOBILE HOMES... EVEN IF
TIED DOWN... OFFER LITTLE PROTECTION FROM TORNADOES AND SHOULD BE
ABANDONED. NEVER ATTEMPT TO OUTRUN A TORNADO IN YOUR CAR. IT IS
ALWAYS BETTER LEAVE YOUR VEHICLE FOR A STURDY SHELTER. IF THAT IS
NOT POSSIBLE... LIE FLAT IN A NEARBY DITCH OR DEPRESSION.
REMEMBER... FLYING DEBRIS FROM THE WIND OF A TORNADO CAUSES MOST
DEATHS AND INJURIES.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY VISIT OUR WEBSITE
/ALL LOWER CASE/ WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OS/SEVEREWEATHER

$$

LEVAN





000
NOUS41 KBUF 281201
PNSBUF
NYZ001>008-010>014-019>021-085-290000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BUFFALO NY
800 AM EDT THU APR 28 2016

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND THE NEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICE HAVE PROCLAIMED APRIL 24 THROUGH 30
SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK.

A HAZARDOUS WEATHER COMMUNICATIONS DRILL IS SCHEDULED FOR TODAY AT
1:15 PM. A TEST WARNING WILL BE ISSUED STATEWIDE AT THAT TIME VIA
OUR SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT PRODUCT. THIS WILL GIVE ALL NEW
YORKERS... FROM EMERGENCY RESPONDERS TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC... THE
OPPORTUNITY TO SEE IF THEY ARE ABLE TO RECEIVE VITAL INFORMATION ON
POTENTIAL WEATHER HAZARDS. THE DRILL ALSO GIVES NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE FORECASTERS THE CHANCE TO TEST THEIR ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE
INFORMATION ON THOSE HAZARDS QUICKLY. TONE ALERT NOAA WEATHER RADIO
RECEIVERS SHOULD ACTIVATE. SAME DIGITAL NOAA WEATHER RADIO RECEIVERS
SHOULD DISPLAY THE ROUTINE MONTHLY TEST /RMT/.

TORNADOES ARE AN AWESOME DISPLAY OF NATURE`S POWER. ALTHOUGH THEY
ARE MOST COMMON IN THE MIDWEST AND GREAT PLAINS... TORNADOES DO
OCCUR IN NEW YORK AS WELL. SIX TORNADOES TOUCHED DOWN IN WESTERN AND
NORTH CENTRAL NEW YORK LAST YEAR..INCLUDING ONES IN GENESEE...
CATTARAUGUS... ALLEGANY... MONROE... AND ONTARIO COUNTIES. THESE
TORNADOES RESULTED IN MILLIONS IN DOLLARS OF DAMAGES. FORTUNATELY
THERE WERE NO FATALITIES.

THE PRIMARY MISSION OF THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IS TO PROTECT
LIVES FROM HAZARDOUS WEATHER. METEOROLOGISTS CLOSELY MONITOR THE
ATMOSPHERE FOR CONDITIONS WHICH MAY PRODUCE TORNADOES OR SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS.

IF THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR STORM DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE NEXT
SEVERAL HOURS... A TORNADO WATCH IS ISSUED. WHILE YOU CAN CONTINUE
WITH YOUR ROUTINE ACTIVITIES WHEN A WATCH IS IN EFFECT... YOU SHOULD
PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE SKY. IF IT BECOMES UNUSUALLY
THREATENING... OR IF YOU HEAR THUNDER... IT`S ALWAYS BEST TO GO
INDOORS UNTIL THE STORM PASSES. WHY TAKE A CHANCE? TORNADOES CAN
FORM VERY RAPIDLY. ALSO... LISTEN FOR THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION
ON YOUR FAVORITE RADIO OF TV STATION... OR ON NOAA WEATHER RADIO.

DOPPLER RADAR CURRENTLY IN USE AT ALL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
OFFICES HAS GREATLY AIDED FORECASTERS IN DETECTING TORNADOES. IN
ADDITION... VOLUNTEER STORM SPOTTERS TRAINED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE HAVE PROVIDED VALUABLE GROUND TRUTH INFORMATION ON TORNADO
TOUCHDOWNS.

IF A TORNADO IS SIGHTED BY SPOTTERS OR DETECTED ON RADAR... THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WOULD QUICKLY ISSUE A TORNADO WARNING FOR
COMMUNITIES IN THE STORM/S PATH. IF YOU LIVE IN OR NEAR A COMMUNITY
MENTIONED IN THE WARNING... YOU SHOULD TAKE COVER IMMEDIATELY BY
GOING INTO AN INTERIOR ROOM... AWAY FROM WINDOWS... ON THE LOWEST
LEVEL OF A STURDY BUILDING. A BASEMENT OFFERS THE BEST PROTECTION
FOLLOWED BY INTERIOR CLOSETS AND HALLWAYS. MOBILE HOMES... EVEN IF
TIED DOWN... OFFER LITTLE PROTECTION FROM TORNADOES AND SHOULD BE
ABANDONED. NEVER ATTEMPT TO OUTRUN A TORNADO IN YOUR CAR. IT IS
ALWAYS BETTER LEAVE YOUR VEHICLE FOR A STURDY SHELTER. IF THAT IS
NOT POSSIBLE... LIE FLAT IN A NEARBY DITCH OR DEPRESSION.
REMEMBER... FLYING DEBRIS FROM THE WIND OF A TORNADO CAUSES MOST
DEATHS AND INJURIES.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY VISIT OUR WEBSITE
/ALL LOWER CASE/ WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OS/SEVEREWEATHER

$$

LEVAN





000
NOUS41 KBUF 271413
PNSBUF
NYZ001>008-010>014-019>021-085-280204-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BUFFALO NY
1013 AM EDT WED APR 27 2016

THE FOLLOWING OBSERVATIONS ARE 48 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS
FROM 7 AM MONDAY TO 7 AM WEDNESDAY.

********************STORM TOTAL RAINFALL********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     RAINFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

NEW YORK

...ALLEGANY COUNTY...
   1 E WHITESVILLE       0.23   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   WELLSVILLE AIRPORT    0.21   800 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   1 S WELLSVILLE        0.21   500 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   WELLSVILLE            0.20   700 PM  4/26  HADS
   ALFRED                0.18   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER

...CATTARAUGUS COUNTY...
   1 WSW OLEAN           0.22   730 PM  4/26  HADS
   1 NNE FRANKLINVILLE   0.21   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   1 SSW FRANKLINVILLE   0.20   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   SALAMANCA             0.14   745 PM  4/26  USGS
   2 WSW CATTARAUGUS     0.12   715 PM  4/26  HADS

...CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY...
   3 SSE FREWSBURG       0.32   615 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   1 SW DUNKIRK          0.32   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   1 S DUNKIRK           0.32   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   1 WNW FREDONIA        0.22   500 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   2 E JAMESTOWN         0.19   600 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MAYVILLE              0.18   745 PM  4/26  HADS
   1 SW SINCLAIRVILLE    0.12   715 PM  4/26  HADS

...ERIE COUNTY...
   1 SE ELMA CENTER      0.74   900 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   1 NW BUFFALO          0.71   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   5 NNE AMHERST         0.64   800 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   7 N BUFFALO           0.63   730 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   2 W WEST SENECA       0.63   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   3 ENE AMHERST         0.60   630 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   3 WSW ELMA            0.58   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   3 E WILLIAMSVILLE     0.58   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   2 NW CHEEKTOWAGA      0.56   630 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   BUFFALO AIRPORT       0.54   800 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   3 NE CHEEKTOWAGA      0.53   800 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ESE KENMORE           0.51   725 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   1 NW CHEEKTOWAGA      0.45   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ENE EAST AURORA       0.40   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   2 S WALES             0.30   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   GOWANDA               0.25   715 PM  4/26  HADS
   ESE HAMBURG           0.19   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   1 W COLDEN            0.15   730 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   WSW HAMBURG           0.15   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   2 SE GLENWOOD         0.14   800 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   1 NW KENMORE          0.08   600 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...GENESEE COUNTY...
   ALABAMA               0.92   725 PM  4/26  RAWS
   BATAVIA               0.90   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   2 NE STAFFORD         0.69   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...JEFFERSON COUNTY...
   ENE WEST CARTHAGE     0.50   227 PM  4/26  COCORAHS
   FORT DRUM             0.42   800 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   WATERTOWN AIRPORT     0.29   800 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER

...LEWIS COUNTY...
   5 SSW HARRISVILLE     0.54   530 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   2 W GLENFIELD         0.53   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   6 N CROGHAN           0.46   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HIGHMARKET            0.44   530 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   1 NW CONSTABLEVILLE   0.41   500 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   1 NE LOWVILLE         0.40   711 PM  4/26  RAWS
   12 NNW HOOKER         0.34   630 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   LOWVILLE              0.27   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER

...LIVINGSTON COUNTY...
   AVON                  0.77   750 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   1 NNE AVON            0.63   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   2 W MT MORRIS         0.63   800 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   MOUNT MORRIS DAM      0.60   700 PM  4/26  USARMY-COE
   1 ENE DANSVILLE       0.29   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   JONES BRIDGE          0.20   700 AM  4/27  USARMY-COE
   1 NW DANSVILLE AIRPO  0.18   800 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   1 SSW DANSVILLE       0.14   700 AM  4/27  HADS

...MONROE COUNTY...
   HONEOYE FALLS         0.79   700 PM  4/26  USARMY-COE
   BALLANTYNE BRIDGE/RO  0.75   700 PM  4/26  USARMY-COE
   GARBUTT               0.75   700 PM  4/26  USARMY-COE
   5 WNW ROCHESTER       0.71   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CHURCHVILLE           0.69   700 PM  4/26  HADS
   ROCHESTER AIRPORT     0.65   800 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   3 W WEBSTER           0.62   800 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   1 NW NORTH CHILI      0.62   800 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   4 WNW WEBSTER         0.56   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   2 NE WEBSTER          0.55   800 PM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER

...NIAGARA COUNTY...
   6 E NIAGARA FALLS     0.74   708 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   1 NNE NORTH TONAWAND  0.68   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   2 NE YOUNGSTOWN       0.63   800 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   NIAGARA FALLS AIRPOR  0.62   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   2 E NORTH TONAWANDA   0.49  1200 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER

...ONTARIO COUNTY...
   HONEOYE               0.65   819 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   3 W GENEVA            0.59   600 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   3 SSW CANANDAIGUA     0.57   100 PM  4/26  COCORAHS
   3 S CANANDAIGUA       0.17   800 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   1 S WEST BLOOMFIELD   0.05   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER

...ORLEANS COUNTY...
   MEDINA                0.74   600 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER

...OSWEGO COUNTY...
   1 NE PULASKI          0.58   600 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PULASKI               0.58   600 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   3 NE BENNETTS BRIDGE  0.47   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   SE MINETTO            0.46   800 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   4 SSE LACONA          0.44   600 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   FULTON AIRPORT        0.42   800 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER

...WAYNE COUNTY...
   2 NW PALMYRA          0.61   815 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   2 SW WALWORTH         0.59   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   3 ESE MACEDON         0.52   744 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...WYOMING COUNTY...
   3 W WYOMING           0.61   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   3 N SILVER SPRINGS    0.55   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   6 SW WARSAW           0.52   700 AM  4/27  COOP OBSERVER
   PORTAGEVILLE          0.28   700 PM  4/26  USARMY-COE

&&

*****METADATA*****
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, ALLEGANY, WHITESVILLE, 1, E, 42.03972, -77.76500, RAIN, 0.23, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, ALLEGANY, WELLSVILLE AIRPORT, , , 42.10750, -77.98444, RAIN, 0.21, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  500 AM, NY, ALLEGANY, WELLSVILLE, 1, S, 42.11722, -77.94750, RAIN, 0.21, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 PM, NY, ALLEGANY, WELLSVILLE, , , 42.12222, -77.95750, RAIN, 0.20, INCH, HADS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, ALLEGANY, ALFRED, , , 42.24972, -77.75833, RAIN, 0.18, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016, 1100 AM, NY, ALLEGANY, WEST ALMOND, 4, SW, 42.27055, -77.94195, RAIN, 0.14, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  730 PM, NY, CATTARAUGUS, OLEAN, 1, WSW, 42.07222, -78.45167, RAIN, 0.22, INCH, HADS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, CATTARAUGUS, FRANKLINVILLE, 1, NNE, 42.34166, -78.45281, RAIN, 0.21, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, CATTARAUGUS, FRANKLINVILLE, 1, SSW, 42.33333, -78.46667, RAIN, 0.20, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  745 PM, NY, CATTARAUGUS, SALAMANCA, , , 42.15639, -78.71556, RAIN, 0.14, INCH, USGS,
:4/26/2016,  715 PM, NY, CATTARAUGUS, CATTARAUGUS, 2, WSW, 42.31139, -78.90833, RAIN, 0.12, INCH, HADS,
:4/27/2016,  600 AM, NY, CAYUGA, AUBURN, 8, SSE, 42.82869, -76.48671, RAIN, 0.49, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  615 AM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, FREWSBURG, 3, SSE, 42.01601, -79.12493, RAIN, 0.32, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, DUNKIRK, 1, SW, 42.47167, -79.33361, RAIN, 0.32, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, DUNKIRK, 1, S, 42.47167, -79.33361, RAIN, 0.32, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  500 AM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, FREDONIA, 1, WNW, 42.44414, -79.34608, RAIN, 0.22, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  600 AM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, JAMESTOWN, 2, E, 42.09573, -79.20133, RAIN, 0.19, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  745 PM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, MAYVILLE, , , 42.24139, -79.49889, RAIN, 0.18, INCH, HADS,
:4/26/2016,  715 PM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, SINCLAIRVILLE, 1, SW, 42.25333, -79.27111, RAIN, 0.12, INCH, HADS,
:4/27/2016,  900 AM, NY, ERIE, ELMA CENTER, 1, SE, 42.81935, -78.62139, RAIN, 0.74, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, BUFFALO, 1, NW, 42.90166, -78.87905, RAIN, 0.71, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, ERIE, AMHERST, 5, NNE, 43.05207, -78.76432, RAIN, 0.64, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  730 AM, NY, ERIE, BUFFALO, 7, N, 42.98636, -78.87056, RAIN, 0.63, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, WEST SENECA, 2, W, 42.83604, -78.78967, RAIN, 0.63, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  630 AM, NY, ERIE, AMHERST, 3, ENE, 42.98549, -78.72685, RAIN, 0.60, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, ELMA, 3, WSW, 42.81004, -78.68127, RAIN, 0.58, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, WILLIAMSVILLE, 3, E, 42.96930, -78.68785, RAIN, 0.58, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  630 AM, NY, ERIE, CHEEKTOWAGA, 2, NW, 42.93457, -78.78295, RAIN, 0.56, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, ERIE, BUFFALO AIRPORT, , , 42.94083, -78.73583, RAIN, 0.54, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, ERIE, CHEEKTOWAGA, 3, NE, 42.94125, -78.71929, RAIN, 0.53, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  725 AM, NY, ERIE, KENMORE, , ESE, 42.96316, -78.86689, RAIN, 0.51, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, CHEEKTOWAGA, 1, NW, 42.92350, -78.76790, RAIN, 0.45, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, EAST AURORA, , ENE, 42.76750, -78.61580, RAIN, 0.40, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, WALES, 2, S, 42.74167, -78.51083, RAIN, 0.30, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  715 PM, NY, ERIE, GOWANDA, , , 42.46333, -78.93444, RAIN, 0.25, INCH, HADS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, HAMBURG, , ESE, 42.72280, -78.82880, RAIN, 0.19, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  730 AM, NY, ERIE, COLDEN, 1, W, 42.64722, -78.71111, RAIN, 0.15, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, HAMBURG, , WSW, 42.72252, -78.84332, RAIN, 0.15, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, ERIE, GLENWOOD, 2, SE, 42.60195, -78.63909, RAIN, 0.14, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  600 AM, NY, ERIE, KENMORE, 1, NW, 42.97348, -78.88165, RAIN, 0.08, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  725 PM, NY, GENESEE, ALABAMA, , , 43.11280, -78.40440, RAIN, 0.92, INCH, RAWS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, GENESEE, STAFFORD, 2, NE, 42.99890, -78.04830, RAIN, 0.69, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  227 PM, NY, JEFFERSON, WEST CARTHAGE, , ENE, 43.97494, -75.61640, RAIN, 0.50, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, JEFFERSON, FORT DRUM, , , 44.05165, -75.71722, RAIN, 0.42, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, JEFFERSON, WATERTOWN AIRPORT, , , 44.00000, -76.01667, RAIN, 0.29, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  758 AM, NY, JEFFERSON, FORT DRUM AIRFIELD, , , 44.05000, -75.73333, RAIN, 0.14, INCH, AWOS,
:4/27/2016,  530 AM, NY, LEWIS, HARRISVILLE, 5, SSW, 44.09361, -75.36528, RAIN, 0.54, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, LEWIS, GLENFIELD, 2, W, 43.71167, -75.42583, RAIN, 0.53, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, LEWIS, CROGHAN, 6, N, 43.98311, -75.36749, RAIN, 0.46, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  530 AM, NY, LEWIS, HIGHMARKET, , , 43.57528, -75.52083, RAIN, 0.44, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  500 AM, NY, LEWIS, CONSTABLEVILLE, 1, NW, 43.57545, -75.44643, RAIN, 0.41, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  711 PM, NY, LEWIS, LOWVILLE, 1, NE, 43.80972, -75.47334, RAIN, 0.40, INCH, RAWS,
:4/27/2016,  630 AM, NY, LEWIS, HOOKER, 12, NNW, 43.85250, -75.71583, RAIN, 0.34, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, LEWIS, LOWVILLE, , , 43.79278, -75.48306, RAIN, 0.27, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  750 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, AVON, , , 42.92028, -77.75583, RAIN, 0.77, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, AVON, 1, NNE, 42.91860, -77.74369, RAIN, 0.63, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, MT MORRIS, 2, W, 42.73056, -77.90444, RAIN, 0.63, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 PM, NY, LIVINGSTON, MOUNT MORRIS DAM, , , 42.73333, -77.91111, RAIN, 0.60, INCH, USARMY-COE,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, DANSVILLE, 1, ENE, 42.56802, -77.67898, RAIN, 0.29, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, JONES BRIDGE, , , 42.76667, -77.83917, RAIN, 0.20, INCH, USARMY-COE,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, DANSVILLE AIRPORT, 1, NW, 42.56889, -77.71500, RAIN, 0.18, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, DANSVILLE, 1, SSW, 42.53556, -77.70444, RAIN, 0.14, INCH, HADS,
:4/27/2016,  754 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, DANSVILLE AIRPORT, , , 42.56944, -77.71444, RAIN, 0.10, INCH, ASOS,
:4/26/2016,  700 PM, NY, MONROE, HONEOYE FALLS, , , 42.95722, -77.58917, RAIN, 0.79, INCH, USARMY-COE,
:4/26/2016,  700 PM, NY, MONROE, BALLANTYNE BRIDGE/ROCHESTER, , , 43.09222, -77.68056, RAIN, 0.75, INCH, USARMY-COE,
:4/26/2016,  700 PM, NY, MONROE, GARBUTT, , , 43.01000, -77.79167, RAIN, 0.75, INCH, USARMY-COE,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, MONROE, ROCHESTER, 5, WNW, 43.20356, -77.70311, RAIN, 0.71, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 PM, NY, MONROE, CHURCHVILLE, , , 43.10056, -77.88250, RAIN, 0.69, INCH, HADS,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, MONROE, ROCHESTER AIRPORT, , , 43.11667, -77.67667, RAIN, 0.65, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, MONROE, WEBSTER, 3, W, 43.21272, -77.48100, RAIN, 0.62, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, MONROE, NORTH CHILI, 1, NW, 43.12230, -77.81637, RAIN, 0.62, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, MONROE, WEBSTER, 4, WNW, 43.24793, -77.49656, RAIN, 0.56, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 PM, NY, MONROE, WEBSTER, 2, NE, 43.24194, -77.38806, RAIN, 0.55, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  708 AM, NY, NIAGARA, NIAGARA FALLS, 6, E, 43.08297, -78.90457, RAIN, 0.74, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, NIAGARA, NORTH TONAWANDA, 1, NNE, 43.05725, -78.86175, RAIN, 0.68, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, NIAGARA, YOUNGSTOWN, 2, NE, 43.26833, -79.01028, RAIN, 0.63, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, NIAGARA, NIAGARA FALLS AIRPORT, , , 43.10028, -78.94361, RAIN, 0.62, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016, 1200 AM, NY, NIAGARA, NORTH TONAWANDA, 2, E, 43.02194, -78.84667, RAIN, 0.49, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  819 AM, NY, ONTARIO, HONEOYE, , , 42.79194, -77.51361, RAIN, 0.65, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  600 AM, NY, ONTARIO, GENEVA, 3, W, 42.87667, -77.03083, RAIN, 0.59, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  100 PM, NY, ONTARIO, CANANDAIGUA, 3, SSW, 42.85330, -77.29806, RAIN, 0.57, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, ONTARIO, CANANDAIGUA, 3, S, 42.84500, -77.28083, RAIN, 0.17, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, ONTARIO, WEST BLOOMFIELD, 1, S, 42.88440, -77.53364, RAIN, 0.05, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  600 AM, NY, ORLEANS, MEDINA, , , 43.22190, -78.37560, RAIN, 0.74, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  600 AM, NY, OSWEGO, PULASKI, 1, NE, 43.56997, -76.11954, RAIN, 0.58, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  600 AM, NY, OSWEGO, PULASKI, , , 43.56917, -76.11722, RAIN, 0.58, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, OSWEGO, BENNETTS BRIDGE, 3, NE, 43.53167, -75.95250, RAIN, 0.47, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, OSWEGO, MINETTO, , SE, 43.39771, -76.47958, RAIN, 0.46, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  600 AM, NY, OSWEGO, LACONA, 4, SSE, 43.59643, -76.03732, RAIN, 0.44, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  800 AM, NY, OSWEGO, FULTON AIRPORT, , , 43.37000, -76.38333, RAIN, 0.42, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  754 AM, NY, OSWEGO, OSWEGO AIRPORT, , , 43.35083, -76.38806, RAIN, 0.04, INCH, ASOS,
:4/27/2016,  815 AM, NY, WAYNE, PALMYRA, 2, NW, 43.07950, -77.25260, RAIN, 0.61, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, WAYNE, WALWORTH, 2, SW, 43.12500, -77.29900, RAIN, 0.59, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  744 AM, NY, WAYNE, MACEDON, 3, ESE, 43.05200, -77.25700, RAIN, 0.52, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, WYOMING, WYOMING, 3, W, 42.81750, -78.14806, RAIN, 0.61, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, WYOMING, SILVER SPRINGS, 3, N, 42.70556, -78.09361, RAIN, 0.55, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/27/2016,  700 AM, NY, WYOMING, WARSAW, 6, SW, 42.74139, -78.13667, RAIN, 0.52, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 PM, NY, WYOMING, PORTAGEVILLE, , , 42.57028, -78.04250, RAIN, 0.28, INCH, USARMY-COE,

$$

HITCHCOCK





000
NOUS41 KBUF 271203
PNSBUF
NYZ001>008-010>014-019>021-085-280000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BUFFALO NY
800 AM EDT WED APR 27 2016

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND THE NEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT HAVE PROCLAIMED APRIL 24 THROUGH 30 SEVERE
WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK STATE.

NOAA`S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE AGENCIES OF
THE NEW YORK STATE DISASTER PREPAREDNESS COMMISSION...LOCAL
AGENCIES... VOLUNTEER AGENCIES... AND PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS
IN URGING ALL NEW YORKERS TO LEARN HOW TO PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM
THE HAZARDS OF FLOODING... TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

THERE ARE SEVERAL STEPS YOU CAN TAKE BEFORE...DURING AND AFTER A
STORM TO KEEP SAFE THIS SPRING AND SUMMER.

BEFORE A STORM... DEVELOP A PLAN FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AT HOME...
SCHOOL... WORK... AND WHEN OUTDOORS. IDENTIFY IN ADVANCE A SAFE
PLACE TO TAKE SHELTER. CONDUCT FREQUENT DRILLS.

KNOW WHAT ACTION YOU WILL TAKE WHEN A WARNING IS ISSUED. KNOW THE
COUNTY WHERE YOU ARE AND THE NAMES OF NEARBY TOWNS. THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE REFERENCES COUNTY, TOWN AND CITY NAMES IN THE
WARNINGS THAT ARE ISSUED. KNOW WHERE TO TUNE TO RECEIVE THE LATEST
WEATHER INFORMATION.

DURING SEVERE WEATHER...POSTPONE OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES IF THUNDERSTORMS
ARE IMMINENT. MOVE TO A STURDY BUILDING OR CAR. STAY AWAY FROM TALL
OBJECTS SUCH AS TOWERS...ISOLATED TALL TREES AND TELEPHONE POLES. IF
CAUGHT OUTDOORS... FIND A LOW SPOT. MAKE SURE YOUR CHOICE IS NOT
SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLOODING. IF IN THE WOODS... TAKE SHELTER UNDER
SMALLER TREES. IF YOU ARE BOATING OR SWIMMING... SEEK SHELTER ON
LAND IMMEDIATELY.

IF A TORNADO WARNING IS ISSUED... MOVE TO A PLACE OF SAFETY...
PREFERABLY A BASEMENT OR INTERIOR ROOM. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS. GET
AS LOW TO THE GROUND AS POSSIBLE. COVER YOUR HEAD. IF CAUGHT
OUTDOORS AND A TORNADO THREATENS... LIE FLAT IN A DITCH OR
DEPRESSION AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR HANDS. BE AWARE OF FLYING
DEBRIS. FLYING DEBRIS CAUSES MOST FATALITIES AND INJURIES DURING A
TORNADO.

MOBILE HOMES OFFER LITTLE PROTECTION FROM A TORNADO. EVACUATE YOUR
MOBILE HOME AND MOVE TO YOUR DESIGNATED PLACE OF SAFETY.

AFTER THE SEVERE WEATHER HAS CLEARED... GET MEDICAL CARE QUICKLY AT
THE NEAREST HOSPITAL IF NECESSARY. IF THE POWER IS OUT... USE
FLASHLIGHTS... NOT FLAMMABLE OBJECTS SUCH AS CANDLES... TORCHES...
OR LANTERNS. REPORT BROKEN OR DOWNED UTILITY LINES TO THE
AUTHORITIES. BOIL DRINKING WATER BEFORE USE. DO NOT VISIT DISASTER
AREAS.

YOUR CHANCES OF REMAINING SAFE DURING SEVERE WEATHER ARE GREATER IF
YOU FOLLOW THESE SAFETY RULES. YOU SHOULD PREPARE NOW FOR THE
UPCOMING SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY VISIT OUR WEBSITE
/ALL LOWER CASE/ WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OS/SEVEREWEATHER

$$

LEVAN





000
NOUS41 KBUF 271203
PNSBUF
NYZ001>008-010>014-019>021-085-280000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BUFFALO NY
800 AM EDT WED APR 27 2016

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND THE NEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT HAVE PROCLAIMED APRIL 24 THROUGH 30 SEVERE
WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK STATE.

NOAA`S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE AGENCIES OF
THE NEW YORK STATE DISASTER PREPAREDNESS COMMISSION...LOCAL
AGENCIES... VOLUNTEER AGENCIES... AND PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS
IN URGING ALL NEW YORKERS TO LEARN HOW TO PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM
THE HAZARDS OF FLOODING... TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

THERE ARE SEVERAL STEPS YOU CAN TAKE BEFORE...DURING AND AFTER A
STORM TO KEEP SAFE THIS SPRING AND SUMMER.

BEFORE A STORM... DEVELOP A PLAN FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AT HOME...
SCHOOL... WORK... AND WHEN OUTDOORS. IDENTIFY IN ADVANCE A SAFE
PLACE TO TAKE SHELTER. CONDUCT FREQUENT DRILLS.

KNOW WHAT ACTION YOU WILL TAKE WHEN A WARNING IS ISSUED. KNOW THE
COUNTY WHERE YOU ARE AND THE NAMES OF NEARBY TOWNS. THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE REFERENCES COUNTY, TOWN AND CITY NAMES IN THE
WARNINGS THAT ARE ISSUED. KNOW WHERE TO TUNE TO RECEIVE THE LATEST
WEATHER INFORMATION.

DURING SEVERE WEATHER...POSTPONE OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES IF THUNDERSTORMS
ARE IMMINENT. MOVE TO A STURDY BUILDING OR CAR. STAY AWAY FROM TALL
OBJECTS SUCH AS TOWERS...ISOLATED TALL TREES AND TELEPHONE POLES. IF
CAUGHT OUTDOORS... FIND A LOW SPOT. MAKE SURE YOUR CHOICE IS NOT
SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLOODING. IF IN THE WOODS... TAKE SHELTER UNDER
SMALLER TREES. IF YOU ARE BOATING OR SWIMMING... SEEK SHELTER ON
LAND IMMEDIATELY.

IF A TORNADO WARNING IS ISSUED... MOVE TO A PLACE OF SAFETY...
PREFERABLY A BASEMENT OR INTERIOR ROOM. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS. GET
AS LOW TO THE GROUND AS POSSIBLE. COVER YOUR HEAD. IF CAUGHT
OUTDOORS AND A TORNADO THREATENS... LIE FLAT IN A DITCH OR
DEPRESSION AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR HANDS. BE AWARE OF FLYING
DEBRIS. FLYING DEBRIS CAUSES MOST FATALITIES AND INJURIES DURING A
TORNADO.

MOBILE HOMES OFFER LITTLE PROTECTION FROM A TORNADO. EVACUATE YOUR
MOBILE HOME AND MOVE TO YOUR DESIGNATED PLACE OF SAFETY.

AFTER THE SEVERE WEATHER HAS CLEARED... GET MEDICAL CARE QUICKLY AT
THE NEAREST HOSPITAL IF NECESSARY. IF THE POWER IS OUT... USE
FLASHLIGHTS... NOT FLAMMABLE OBJECTS SUCH AS CANDLES... TORCHES...
OR LANTERNS. REPORT BROKEN OR DOWNED UTILITY LINES TO THE
AUTHORITIES. BOIL DRINKING WATER BEFORE USE. DO NOT VISIT DISASTER
AREAS.

YOUR CHANCES OF REMAINING SAFE DURING SEVERE WEATHER ARE GREATER IF
YOU FOLLOW THESE SAFETY RULES. YOU SHOULD PREPARE NOW FOR THE
UPCOMING SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY VISIT OUR WEBSITE
/ALL LOWER CASE/ WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OS/SEVEREWEATHER

$$

LEVAN





000
NOUS41 KBUF 271158
PNSBUF
NYZ001>008-010>014-019>021-085-280000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BUFFALO NY
800 AM EDT WED APR 27 2016

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND THE NEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT HAVE PROCLAIMED APRIL 24 THROUGH 30 SEVERE
WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK STATE.

NOAA`S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE AGENCIES OF
THE NEW YORK STATE DISASTER PREPAREDNESS COMMISSION...LOCAL
AGENCIES... VOLUNTEER AGENCIES... AND PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS
IN URGING ALL NEW YORKERS TO LEARN HOW TO PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM
THE HAZARDS OF FLOODING... TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

THERE ARE SEVERAL STEPS YOU CAN TAKE BEFORE...DURING AND AFTER A
STORM TO KEEP SAFE THIS SPRING AND SUMMER.

BEFORE A STORM... DEVELOP A PLAN FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AT HOME...
SCHOOL... WORK... AND WHEN OUTDOORS. IDENTIFY IN ADVANCE A SAFE
PLACE TO TAKE SHELTER. CONDUCT FREQUENT DRILLS.

KNOW WHAT ACTION YOU WILL TAKE WHEN A WARNING IS ISSUED. KNOW THE
COUNTY WHERE YOU ARE AND THE NAMES OF NEARBY TOWNS. THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE REFERENCES COUNTY, TOWN AND CITY NAMES IN THE
WARNINGS THAT ARE ISSUED. KNOW WHERE TO TUNE TO RECEIVE THE LATEST
WEATHER INFORMATION.

DURING SEVERE WEATHER...POSTPONE OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES IF THUNDERSTORMS
ARE IMMINENT. MOVE TO A STURDY BUILDING OR CAR. STAY AWAY FROM TALL
OBJECTS SUCH AS TOWERS...ISOLATED TALL TREES AND TELEPHONE POLES. IF
CAUGHT OUTDOORS... FIND A LOW SPOT. MAKE SURE YOUR CHOICE IS NOT
SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLOODING. IF IN THE WOODS... TAKE SHELTER UNDER
SMALLER TREES. IF YOU ARE BOATING OR SWIMMING... SEEK SHELTER ON
LAND IMMEDIATELY.

IF A TORNADO WARNING IS ISSUED... MOVE TO A PLACE OF SAFETY...
PREFERABLY A BASEMENT OR INTERIOR ROOM. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS. GET
AS LOW TO THE GROUND AS POSSIBLE. COVER YOUR HEAD. IF CAUGHT
OUTDOORS AND A TORNADO THREATENS... LIE FLAT IN A DITCH OR
DEPRESSION AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR HANDS. BE AWARE OF FLYING
DEBRIS. FLYING DEBRIS CAUSES MOST FATALITIES AND INJURIES DURING A
TORNADO.

MOBILE HOMES OFFER LITTLE PROTECTION FROM A TORNADO. EVACUATE YOUR
MOBILE HOME AND MOVE TO YOUR DESIGNATED PLACE OF SAFETY.

AFTER THE SEVERE WEATHER HAS CLEARED... GET MEDICAL CARE QUICKLY AT
THE NEAREST HOSPITAL IF NECESSARY. IF THE POWER IS OUT... USE
FLASHLIGHTS... NOT FLAMMABLE OBJECTS SUCH AS CANDLES... TORCHES...
OR LANTERNS. REPORT BROKEN OR DOWNED UTILITY LINES TO THE
AUTHORITIES. BOIL DRINKING WATER BEFORE USE. DO NOT VISIT DISASTER
AREAS.

YOUR CHANCES OF REMAINING SAFE DURING SEVERE WEATHER ARE GREATER IF
YOU FOLLOW THESE SAFETY RULES. YOU SHOULD PREPARE NOW FOR THE
UPCOMING SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY VISIT OUR WEBSITE
/ALL LOWER CASE/ WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OS/SEVEREWEATHER

$$

LEVAN





000
NOUS41 KBUF 271158
PNSBUF
NYZ001>008-010>014-019>021-085-280000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BUFFALO NY
800 AM EDT WED APR 27 2016

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND THE NEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT HAVE PROCLAIMED APRIL 24 THROUGH 30 SEVERE
WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK STATE.

NOAA`S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE AGENCIES OF
THE NEW YORK STATE DISASTER PREPAREDNESS COMMISSION...LOCAL
AGENCIES... VOLUNTEER AGENCIES... AND PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS
IN URGING ALL NEW YORKERS TO LEARN HOW TO PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM
THE HAZARDS OF FLOODING... TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

THERE ARE SEVERAL STEPS YOU CAN TAKE BEFORE...DURING AND AFTER A
STORM TO KEEP SAFE THIS SPRING AND SUMMER.

BEFORE A STORM... DEVELOP A PLAN FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AT HOME...
SCHOOL... WORK... AND WHEN OUTDOORS. IDENTIFY IN ADVANCE A SAFE
PLACE TO TAKE SHELTER. CONDUCT FREQUENT DRILLS.

KNOW WHAT ACTION YOU WILL TAKE WHEN A WARNING IS ISSUED. KNOW THE
COUNTY WHERE YOU ARE AND THE NAMES OF NEARBY TOWNS. THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE REFERENCES COUNTY, TOWN AND CITY NAMES IN THE
WARNINGS THAT ARE ISSUED. KNOW WHERE TO TUNE TO RECEIVE THE LATEST
WEATHER INFORMATION.

DURING SEVERE WEATHER...POSTPONE OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES IF THUNDERSTORMS
ARE IMMINENT. MOVE TO A STURDY BUILDING OR CAR. STAY AWAY FROM TALL
OBJECTS SUCH AS TOWERS...ISOLATED TALL TREES AND TELEPHONE POLES. IF
CAUGHT OUTDOORS... FIND A LOW SPOT. MAKE SURE YOUR CHOICE IS NOT
SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLOODING. IF IN THE WOODS... TAKE SHELTER UNDER
SMALLER TREES. IF YOU ARE BOATING OR SWIMMING... SEEK SHELTER ON
LAND IMMEDIATELY.

IF A TORNADO WARNING IS ISSUED... MOVE TO A PLACE OF SAFETY...
PREFERABLY A BASEMENT OR INTERIOR ROOM. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS. GET
AS LOW TO THE GROUND AS POSSIBLE. COVER YOUR HEAD. IF CAUGHT
OUTDOORS AND A TORNADO THREATENS... LIE FLAT IN A DITCH OR
DEPRESSION AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR HANDS. BE AWARE OF FLYING
DEBRIS. FLYING DEBRIS CAUSES MOST FATALITIES AND INJURIES DURING A
TORNADO.

MOBILE HOMES OFFER LITTLE PROTECTION FROM A TORNADO. EVACUATE YOUR
MOBILE HOME AND MOVE TO YOUR DESIGNATED PLACE OF SAFETY.

AFTER THE SEVERE WEATHER HAS CLEARED... GET MEDICAL CARE QUICKLY AT
THE NEAREST HOSPITAL IF NECESSARY. IF THE POWER IS OUT... USE
FLASHLIGHTS... NOT FLAMMABLE OBJECTS SUCH AS CANDLES... TORCHES...
OR LANTERNS. REPORT BROKEN OR DOWNED UTILITY LINES TO THE
AUTHORITIES. BOIL DRINKING WATER BEFORE USE. DO NOT VISIT DISASTER
AREAS.

YOUR CHANCES OF REMAINING SAFE DURING SEVERE WEATHER ARE GREATER IF
YOU FOLLOW THESE SAFETY RULES. YOU SHOULD PREPARE NOW FOR THE
UPCOMING SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY VISIT OUR WEBSITE
/ALL LOWER CASE/ WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OS/SEVEREWEATHER

$$

LEVAN





000
NOUS41 KBUF 261409
PNSBUF
NYZ001>008-010>014-019>021-085-270209-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BUFFALO NY
1009 AM EDT TUE APR 26 2016

**********************24 HOUR RAINFALL**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     RAINFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

NEW YORK

...ALLEGANY COUNTY...
   1 E WHITESVILLE       0.17   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   WELLSVILLE AIRPORT    0.13   800 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   ALFRED                0.12   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   1 S WELLSVILLE        0.03   500 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER

...CATTARAUGUS COUNTY...
   1 WSW OLEAN           0.19   730 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   1 NE OLEAN            0.19   800 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   1 NNE FRANKLINVILLE   0.19   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   1 SSW FRANKLINVILLE   0.18   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   LITTLE VALLEY         0.17   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER

...CAYUGA COUNTY...
   2 N AURORA            0.37   900 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   8 SSE AUBURN          0.26   600 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY...
   3 SSE FREWSBURG       0.28   540 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   1 SW DUNKIRK          0.28   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   1 S DUNKIRK           0.28   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   2 E JAMESTOWN         0.17   600 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   4 ENE JAMESTOWN       0.16   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   NE KENNEDY            0.15   600 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   1 WNW FREDONIA        0.13   500 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   DUNKIRK AIRPORT       0.13   800 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER

...ERIE COUNTY...
   1 N CLARENCE CENTER   0.83   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   5 WNW CLARENCE CENTE  0.58   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   1 WNW EAST AMHERST    0.58   800 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   2 NNE TONAWANDA       0.55   918 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   7 N BUFFALO           0.54   800 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   5 NNE AMHERST         0.53   800 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   2 NNW WILLIAMSVILLE   0.53   900 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   3 NE TONAWANDA        0.51   640 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   3 ESE TONAWANDA       0.51   646 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   1 NW BUFFALO          0.50   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   3 ENE AMHERST         0.50   630 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   S DEPEW               0.50   600 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   3 E WILLIAMSVILLE     0.48   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   2 NW CHEEKTOWAGA      0.46   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   BUFFALO AIRPORT       0.45   800 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   1 SE ELMA CENTER      0.45   900 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   3 NE CHEEKTOWAGA      0.43   800 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   2 W WEST SENECA       0.40   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   ESE KENMORE           0.40   730 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   2 SSW BLASDELL        0.38   755 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   1 NW CHEEKTOWAGA      0.37   800 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   3 WSW ELMA            0.31   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   ENE EAST AURORA       0.20   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   2 S WALES             0.18   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   ESE HAMBURG           0.15   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   2 ENE COLDEN          0.13   800 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   WSW HAMBURG           0.13   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   1 W COLDEN            0.12   730 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   2 SE GLENWOOD         0.10   800 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...GENESEE COUNTY...
   2 NE STAFFORD         0.44   600 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   1 W BATAVIA           0.25   824 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...JEFFERSON COUNTY...
   FORT DRUM             0.28   800 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   WATERTOWN AIRPORT     0.24   800 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   NNW FELTS MILLS       0.24   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...LEWIS COUNTY...
   2 W GLENFIELD         0.13   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   6 N CROGHAN           0.12   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   5 SSW HARRISVILLE     0.12   530 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   HIGHMARKET            0.09   455 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   1 NW CONSTABLEVILLE   0.08   500 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   LOWVILLE              0.05   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER

...LIVINGSTON COUNTY...
   AVON                  0.52   630 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   1 NNE AVON            0.48   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   2 W MT MORRIS         0.35   800 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   LIMA                  0.35   824 AM  4/26  TRAINED SPOTTER
   1 ENE DANSVILLE       0.13   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   1 NW DANSVILLE AIRPO  0.08   800 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER

...MONROE COUNTY...
   5 WNW ROCHESTER       0.53   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   3 W WEBSTER           0.45   800 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   1 NW NORTH CHILI      0.45   800 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   4 WNW WEBSTER         0.43   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   ROCHESTER AIRPORT     0.42   800 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER

...NIAGARA COUNTY...
   1 NE LOCKPORT         0.61   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   6 E NIAGARA FALLS     0.60   728 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   1 NNE NORTH TONAWAND  0.56   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   NIAGARA FALLS AIRPOR  0.55   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   2 NE YOUNGSTOWN       0.40   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   2 E NORTH TONAWANDA   0.24  1200 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER

...ONTARIO COUNTY...
   HONEOYE               0.50   815 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   3 W GENEVA            0.32   800 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   1 S WEST BLOOMFIELD   0.03   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER

...ORLEANS COUNTY...
   MEDINA                0.50   600 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER

...OSWEGO COUNTY...
   5 ESE OSWEGO          0.38   600 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   FULTON AIRPORT        0.38   800 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   FULTON LOCK O3        0.37   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   SE MINETTO            0.31   645 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   3 NE BENNETTS BRIDGE  0.27   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   2 SSE PALERMO         0.24   600 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   PULASKI               0.11   500 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   1 NE PULASKI          0.05   500 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...WAYNE COUNTY...
   2 SW WALWORTH         0.48   700 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   2 NE MARION           0.47   720 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   2 NW PALMYRA          0.37   830 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   3 ESE MACEDON         0.37   734 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   MACEDON               0.33   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER

...WYOMING COUNTY...
   3 W WYOMING           0.42   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   6 SW WARSAW           0.32   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER
   3 N SILVER SPRINGS    0.30   700 AM  4/26  COOP OBSERVER

&&

*****METADATA*****
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ALLEGANY, WHITESVILLE, 1, E, 42.03972, -77.76500, RAIN_24, 0.17, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, ALLEGANY, WELLSVILLE AIRPORT, , , 42.10750, -77.98444, RAIN_24, 0.13, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ALLEGANY, ALFRED, , , 42.24972, -77.75833, RAIN_24, 0.12, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  500 AM, NY, ALLEGANY, WELLSVILLE, 1, S, 42.11722, -77.94750, RAIN_24, 0.03, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  730 AM, NY, CATTARAUGUS, OLEAN, 1, WSW, 42.07361, -78.45167, RAIN_24, 0.19, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, CATTARAUGUS, OLEAN, 1, NE, 42.09200, -78.41300, RAIN_24, 0.19, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, CATTARAUGUS, FRANKLINVILLE, 1, NNE, 42.34166, -78.45281, RAIN_24, 0.19, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, CATTARAUGUS, FRANKLINVILLE, 1, SSW, 42.33333, -78.46667, RAIN_24, 0.18, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, CATTARAUGUS, LITTLE VALLEY, , , 42.24722, -78.81250, RAIN_24, 0.17, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  900 AM, NY, CAYUGA, AURORA, 2, N, 42.78638, -76.70345, RAIN_24, 0.37, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  600 AM, NY, CAYUGA, AUBURN, 8, SSE, 42.82869, -76.48671, RAIN_24, 0.26, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  540 AM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, FREWSBURG, 3, SSE, 42.01601, -79.12493, RAIN_24, 0.28, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, DUNKIRK, 1, SW, 42.47167, -79.33361, RAIN_24, 0.28, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, DUNKIRK, 1, S, 42.47167, -79.33361, RAIN_24, 0.28, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  600 AM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, JAMESTOWN, 2, E, 42.09573, -79.20133, RAIN_24, 0.17, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, JAMESTOWN, 4, ENE, 42.11000, -79.15917, RAIN_24, 0.16, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  600 AM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, KENNEDY, , NE, 42.15935, -79.09668, RAIN_24, 0.15, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  500 AM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, FREDONIA, 1, WNW, 42.44414, -79.34608, RAIN_24, 0.13, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, CHAUTAUQUA, DUNKIRK AIRPORT, , , 42.49306, -79.27667, RAIN_24, 0.13, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, CLARENCE CENTER, 1, N, 43.02096, -78.62886, RAIN_24, 0.83, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, CLARENCE CENTER, 5, WNW, 43.04554, -78.72150, RAIN_24, 0.58, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, ERIE, EAST AMHERST, 1, WNW, 43.02250, -78.71896, RAIN_24, 0.58, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  918 AM, NY, ERIE, TONAWANDA, 2, NNE, 43.00507, -78.86602, RAIN_24, 0.55, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, ERIE, BUFFALO, 7, N, 42.98636, -78.87056, RAIN_24, 0.54, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, ERIE, AMHERST, 5, NNE, 43.05207, -78.76432, RAIN_24, 0.53, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  900 AM, NY, ERIE, WILLIAMSVILLE, 2, NNW, 42.99422, -78.75263, RAIN_24, 0.53, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  640 AM, NY, ERIE, TONAWANDA, 3, NE, 43.01368, -78.82959, RAIN_24, 0.51, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  646 AM, NY, ERIE, TONAWANDA, 3, ESE, 42.97503, -78.82603, RAIN_24, 0.51, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, BUFFALO, 1, NW, 42.90166, -78.87905, RAIN_24, 0.50, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  630 AM, NY, ERIE, AMHERST, 3, ENE, 42.98549, -78.72685, RAIN_24, 0.50, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  600 AM, NY, ERIE, DEPEW, , S, 42.91080, -78.70490, RAIN_24, 0.50, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, WILLIAMSVILLE, 3, E, 42.96930, -78.68785, RAIN_24, 0.48, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, CHEEKTOWAGA, 2, NW, 42.93457, -78.78295, RAIN_24, 0.46, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, ERIE, BUFFALO AIRPORT, , , 42.94083, -78.73583, RAIN_24, 0.45, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  900 AM, NY, ERIE, ELMA CENTER, 1, SE, 42.81935, -78.62139, RAIN_24, 0.45, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, ERIE, CHEEKTOWAGA, 3, NE, 42.94125, -78.71929, RAIN_24, 0.43, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, WEST SENECA, 2, W, 42.83604, -78.78967, RAIN_24, 0.40, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  730 AM, NY, ERIE, KENMORE, , ESE, 42.96316, -78.86689, RAIN_24, 0.40, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  755 AM, NY, ERIE, BLASDELL, 2, SSW, 42.77657, -78.84444, RAIN_24, 0.38, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, ERIE, CHEEKTOWAGA, 1, NW, 42.92350, -78.76790, RAIN_24, 0.37, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, ELMA, 3, WSW, 42.81004, -78.68127, RAIN_24, 0.31, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, EAST AURORA, , ENE, 42.76750, -78.61580, RAIN_24, 0.20, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, WALES, 2, S, 42.74167, -78.51083, RAIN_24, 0.18, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, HAMBURG, , ESE, 42.72280, -78.82880, RAIN_24, 0.15, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, ERIE, COLDEN, 2, ENE, 42.65087, -78.61058, RAIN_24, 0.13, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ERIE, HAMBURG, , WSW, 42.72252, -78.84332, RAIN_24, 0.13, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  730 AM, NY, ERIE, COLDEN, 1, W, 42.64722, -78.71111, RAIN_24, 0.12, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, ERIE, GLENWOOD, 2, SE, 42.60195, -78.63909, RAIN_24, 0.10, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  600 AM, NY, GENESEE, STAFFORD, 2, NE, 42.99890, -78.04830, RAIN_24, 0.44, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  824 AM, NY, GENESEE, BATAVIA, 1, W, 42.99847, -78.20566, RAIN_24, 0.25, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, JEFFERSON, FORT DRUM, , , 44.05165, -75.71722, RAIN_24, 0.28, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, JEFFERSON, WATERTOWN AIRPORT, , , 44.00000, -76.01667, RAIN_24, 0.24, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, JEFFERSON, FELTS MILLS, , NNW, 44.01942, -75.76552, RAIN_24, 0.24, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, LEWIS, GLENFIELD, 2, W, 43.71167, -75.42583, RAIN_24, 0.13, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, LEWIS, CROGHAN, 6, N, 43.98311, -75.36749, RAIN_24, 0.12, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  530 AM, NY, LEWIS, HARRISVILLE, 5, SSW, 44.09361, -75.36528, RAIN_24, 0.12, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  455 AM, NY, LEWIS, HIGHMARKET, , , 43.57528, -75.52083, RAIN_24, 0.09, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  500 AM, NY, LEWIS, CONSTABLEVILLE, 1, NW, 43.57545, -75.44643, RAIN_24, 0.08, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, LEWIS, LOWVILLE, , , 43.79278, -75.48306, RAIN_24, 0.05, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  630 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, AVON, , , 42.92028, -77.75583, RAIN_24, 0.52, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, AVON, 1, NNE, 42.91860, -77.74369, RAIN_24, 0.48, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, MT MORRIS, 2, W, 42.73056, -77.90444, RAIN_24, 0.35, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  824 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, LIMA, , , 42.90640, -77.61310, RAIN_24, 0.35, INCH, TRAINED SPOTTER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, DANSVILLE, 1, ENE, 42.56802, -77.67898, RAIN_24, 0.13, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, LIVINGSTON, DANSVILLE AIRPORT, 1, NW, 42.56889, -77.71500, RAIN_24, 0.08, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, MONROE, ROCHESTER, 5, WNW, 43.20356, -77.70311, RAIN_24, 0.53, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, MONROE, WEBSTER, 3, W, 43.21272, -77.48100, RAIN_24, 0.45, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, MONROE, NORTH CHILI, 1, NW, 43.12230, -77.81637, RAIN_24, 0.45, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, MONROE, WEBSTER, 4, WNW, 43.24793, -77.49656, RAIN_24, 0.43, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, MONROE, ROCHESTER AIRPORT, , , 43.11667, -77.67667, RAIN_24, 0.42, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, NIAGARA, LOCKPORT, 1, NE, 43.17645, -78.68339, RAIN_24, 0.61, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  728 AM, NY, NIAGARA, NIAGARA FALLS, 6, E, 43.08297, -78.90457, RAIN_24, 0.60, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, NIAGARA, NORTH TONAWANDA, 1, NNE, 43.05725, -78.86175, RAIN_24, 0.56, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, NIAGARA, NIAGARA FALLS AIRPORT, , , 43.10028, -78.94361, RAIN_24, 0.55, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, NIAGARA, YOUNGSTOWN, 2, NE, 43.26833, -79.01028, RAIN_24, 0.40, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016, 1200 AM, NY, NIAGARA, NORTH TONAWANDA, 2, E, 43.02194, -78.84667, RAIN_24, 0.24, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  815 AM, NY, ONTARIO, HONEOYE, , , 42.79194, -77.51361, RAIN_24, 0.50, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, ONTARIO, GENEVA, 3, W, 42.87667, -77.03083, RAIN_24, 0.32, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, ONTARIO, WEST BLOOMFIELD, 1, S, 42.88440, -77.53364, RAIN_24, 0.03, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  600 AM, NY, ORLEANS, MEDINA, , , 43.22190, -78.37560, RAIN_24, 0.50, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  600 AM, NY, OSWEGO, OSWEGO, 5, ESE, 43.44372, -76.40515, RAIN_24, 0.38, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  800 AM, NY, OSWEGO, FULTON AIRPORT, , , 43.37000, -76.38333, RAIN_24, 0.38, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, OSWEGO, FULTON LOCK O3, , , 43.32444, -76.41861, RAIN_24, 0.37, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  645 AM, NY, OSWEGO, MINETTO, , SE, 43.39771, -76.47958, RAIN_24, 0.31, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, OSWEGO, BENNETTS BRIDGE, 3, NE, 43.53167, -75.95250, RAIN_24, 0.27, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  600 AM, NY, OSWEGO, PALERMO, 2, SSE, 43.33139, -76.26944, RAIN_24, 0.24, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  500 AM, NY, OSWEGO, PULASKI, , , 43.56917, -76.11722, RAIN_24, 0.11, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  500 AM, NY, OSWEGO, PULASKI, 1, NE, 43.56997, -76.11954, RAIN_24, 0.05, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, WAYNE, WALWORTH, 2, SW, 43.12500, -77.29900, RAIN_24, 0.48, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  720 AM, NY, WAYNE, MARION, 2, NE, 43.16667, -77.16754, RAIN_24, 0.47, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  830 AM, NY, WAYNE, PALMYRA, 2, NW, 43.07950, -77.25260, RAIN_24, 0.37, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  734 AM, NY, WAYNE, MACEDON, 3, ESE, 43.05200, -77.25700, RAIN_24, 0.37, INCH, COCORAHS,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, WAYNE, MACEDON, , , 43.07306, -77.30194, RAIN_24, 0.33, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, WYOMING, WYOMING, 3, W, 42.81750, -78.14806, RAIN_24, 0.42, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, WYOMING, WARSAW, 6, SW, 42.74139, -78.13667, RAIN_24, 0.32, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,
:4/26/2016,  700 AM, NY, WYOMING, SILVER SPRINGS, 3, N, 42.70556, -78.09361, RAIN_24, 0.30, INCH, COOP OBSERVER,

$$

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BUFFALO NY
800 AM EDT TUE APR 26 2016

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND THE NEW YORK STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT OFFICE HAVE PROCLAIMED APRIL 24 TO 30 SEVERE WEATHER
AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK STATE.

WITH THE BEGINNING OF SPRING IN NEW YORK AND THE GRADUAL RETURN OF
WARMER WEATHER COMES THE INCREASING LIKELIHOOD OF THUNDERSTORMS. AND
AS IS USUALLY THE CASE...A FEW OF THESE STORMS CAN BRING DAMAGING
WINDS... LARGE HAIL... FLOODING RAINS... AND DANGEROUS LIGHTNING.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DEFINES A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM AS ONE
WHICH PRODUCES WIND GUSTS OF AT LEAST 58 MILES AN HOUR /50 KNOTS/
AND/OR HAIL OF AN INCH IN DIAMETER OR LARGER. FREQUENT CLOUD TO
GROUND LIGHTNING AND TORRENTIAL RAIN WHICH CAN OFTEN ACCOMPANY
THEM... DOES NOT DEFINE SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

WHEN FORECASTERS AT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN BUFFALO... IN
CONSULTATION WITH THE FORECASTERS AT THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER...
DETERMINE THAT ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS FAVOR THE FORMATION OF SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS WITHIN THE NEXT 6 HOURS... A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH
IS ISSUED. A WATCH USUALLY COVERS SEVERAL COUNTIES AND MEANS THAT
DAMAGING THUNDERSTORM WINDS OR LARGE HAIL ARE POSSIBLE ALTHOUGH NOT
YET A CERTAINTY.

YOU CAN CONTINUE YOUR NORMAL ACTIVITIES WHEN A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR YOUR COUNTY. HOWEVER YOU SHOULD REMAIN ALERT
TO THE POSSIBILITY OF SEVERE STORMS AND BE PREPARED TO TAKE QUICK
ACTION. KEEP A CLOSE EYE ON THE SKY FOR THREATENING WEATHER
CONDITIONS AND BE READY TO MOVE TO SAFE SHELTER IF NECESSARY.

BOATERS MAY WISH TO STAY CLOSER TO SHORE.

HAVE A NOAA WEATHER RADIO HANDY OF CHECK WITH YOUR FAVORITE RADIO OR
TV STATION FOR THE LATEST WEATHER.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS ARE ISSUED WHEN A SEVERE STORM IS
EITHER DETECTED ON WEATHER RADAR OR REPORTED BY STORM SPOTTERS TO BE
OCCURRING. WHEN A WARNING IS IN EFFECT... YOU SHOULD TAKE QUICK
ACTION TO PROTECT YOURSELF. GO INDOORS IN A STURDY BUILDING... AWAY
FROM WINDOWS WHICH CAN SHATTER... OR DOORS WHICH CAN SWING OPEN FROM
THE WIND. THE BEST PLACE IN A BUILDING IS A SMALL INTERIOR ROOM OR
HALLWAY ON THE LOWEST FLOOR. AVOID USING THE TELEPHONE OR OTHER
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES UNLESS IT`S AN EMERGENCY.

BOATERS SHOULD GET TO SHORE IMMEDIATELY OR GET BELOW DECK.

IF YOU ARE DRIVING... BE ALERT TO THE POSSIBILITY OF ROAD FLOODING.
DO NOT DRIVE WHERE WATER IS COVERING THE ROAD. THE WATER MAY BE
HIDING A WASHOUT... AND IT ONLY TAKES A FEW FEET OF RAPIDLY FLOWING
WATER TO SWEEP AWAY YOUR VEHICLE.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY VISIT OUR WEBSITE
/ALL LOWER CASE/ WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OS/SEVEREWEATHER

$$

LEVAN





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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BUFFALO NY
800 AM EDT TUE APR 26 2016

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND THE NEW YORK STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT OFFICE HAVE PROCLAIMED APRIL 24 TO 30 SEVERE WEATHER
AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK STATE.

WITH THE BEGINNING OF SPRING IN NEW YORK AND THE GRADUAL RETURN OF
WARMER WEATHER COMES THE INCREASING LIKELIHOOD OF THUNDERSTORMS. AND
AS IS USUALLY THE CASE...A FEW OF THESE STORMS CAN BRING DAMAGING
WINDS... LARGE HAIL... FLOODING RAINS... AND DANGEROUS LIGHTNING.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DEFINES A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM AS ONE
WHICH PRODUCES WIND GUSTS OF AT LEAST 58 MILES AN HOUR /50 KNOTS/
AND/OR HAIL OF AN INCH IN DIAMETER OR LARGER. FREQUENT CLOUD TO
GROUND LIGHTNING AND TORRENTIAL RAIN WHICH CAN OFTEN ACCOMPANY
THEM... DOES NOT DEFINE SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

WHEN FORECASTERS AT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN BUFFALO... IN
CONSULTATION WITH THE FORECASTERS AT THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER...
DETERMINE THAT ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS FAVOR THE FORMATION OF SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS WITHIN THE NEXT 6 HOURS... A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH
IS ISSUED. A WATCH USUALLY COVERS SEVERAL COUNTIES AND MEANS THAT
DAMAGING THUNDERSTORM WINDS OR LARGE HAIL ARE POSSIBLE ALTHOUGH NOT
YET A CERTAINTY.

YOU CAN CONTINUE YOUR NORMAL ACTIVITIES WHEN A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR YOUR COUNTY. HOWEVER YOU SHOULD REMAIN ALERT
TO THE POSSIBILITY OF SEVERE STORMS AND BE PREPARED TO TAKE QUICK
ACTION. KEEP A CLOSE EYE ON THE SKY FOR THREATENING WEATHER
CONDITIONS AND BE READY TO MOVE TO SAFE SHELTER IF NECESSARY.

BOATERS MAY WISH TO STAY CLOSER TO SHORE.

HAVE A NOAA WEATHER RADIO HANDY OF CHECK WITH YOUR FAVORITE RADIO OR
TV STATION FOR THE LATEST WEATHER.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS ARE ISSUED WHEN A SEVERE STORM IS
EITHER DETECTED ON WEATHER RADAR OR REPORTED BY STORM SPOTTERS TO BE
OCCURRING. WHEN A WARNING IS IN EFFECT... YOU SHOULD TAKE QUICK
ACTION TO PROTECT YOURSELF. GO INDOORS IN A STURDY BUILDING... AWAY
FROM WINDOWS WHICH CAN SHATTER... OR DOORS WHICH CAN SWING OPEN FROM
THE WIND. THE BEST PLACE IN A BUILDING IS A SMALL INTERIOR ROOM OR
HALLWAY ON THE LOWEST FLOOR. AVOID USING THE TELEPHONE OR OTHER
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES UNLESS IT`S AN EMERGENCY.

BOATERS SHOULD GET TO SHORE IMMEDIATELY OR GET BELOW DECK.

IF YOU ARE DRIVING... BE ALERT TO THE POSSIBILITY OF ROAD FLOODING.
DO NOT DRIVE WHERE WATER IS COVERING THE ROAD. THE WATER MAY BE
HIDING A WASHOUT... AND IT ONLY TAKES A FEW FEET OF RAPIDLY FLOWING
WATER TO SWEEP AWAY YOUR VEHICLE.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY VISIT OUR WEBSITE
/ALL LOWER CASE/ WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OS/SEVEREWEATHER

$$

LEVAN





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