LIVINGSTON COUNTY – A winter storm warning is issued for Livingston, Monroe and Ontario Counties.
According to our news partner 13WHAM, the warning is in effect from 7 p.m. this evening to 7 p.m.
Hazards include accumulations of 4 to 8 inches Monday night and 4 to 7 inches Tuesday.
The National Weather Service says that visibility is expected to be less than a quarter mile at times. The worst travel conditions will occur around the time of the Tuesday morning commute.
The Weather Service says that if you will be traveling in the warning area you should choose an alternate route if possible, or you should use extreme caution if travel is unavoidable.
In the event of a power outage and you plan on running a generator, make sure that the generator is located outdoors and is properly ventilated. Space heaters should also be properly ventilated and used only if they are operating properly. Make sure snow does not block exhausts and fresh air intakes for high efficiency furnaces and water heaters.
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