Buffalo, NY To Get 4 to 6 ** FEET ** of Snow by Sunday!

Buffalo, NY To Get 4 to 6 ** FEET ** of Snow by Sunday!

The city of Buffalo, NY is being warned to brace for historic lake-effect snowfall starting Thursday night.  The city and its outlying areas could receive three to six FEET (72 inches) of snow when it's all said and done on Sunday.  Darn global warming . . . .

Lake-effect snow develops when cold, dry air, often originating from Canada, flows across the relatively warmer waters of the Great Lakes and is predicted to bring 'impossible' travel conditions.

Forecasters have warned that snow may fall at the rate of two to four inches per hour at times with thundersnow possible in the most intense bands, AccuWeather reports.

Experts have said that the upcoming event could be one of historic proportions as the weather system picks up momentum on Thursday and is predicted to continue into the weekend.

'These early-season events can be potent, as lake water temperatures are still quite mild compared to the middle to the latter part of winter,' AccuWeather Meteorologist Matt Benz said.

As of Wednesday morning, waters on the Great Lakes ranged between 52.5 degrees and 42.6 degrees.

'The heaviest snowfall is expected to occur downwind of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario in New York and Lake Huron in Ontario,' Benz said.

'Several feet of snow can occur where snow bands persist over the same location for an extended period of time.'

Buffalo is expected to be hit the hardest with a winter storm watch issued for the metro area and across southwestern New York.


The heaviest snow is predicted to fall over two periods, Thursday night into Friday and then again Saturday morning into Saturday night, Benz explained.

'These two periods will likely feature the worst conditions of this event,' he said.

'Buffalo and its southern suburbs may receive as much as 3 to 6 feet of snow by Sunday.'

Experts have warned against travelling during this time with motorists running the risk of becoming stranded on the roadways.

If travel is necessary, they have advised preparing an emergency kit in their vehicle.

This type of snow storm can and will paralyze the area for a couple days even though they are accustomed to heavy snowfall in this area.

A very real danger from this storm is roof collapse.  The weight of the snow simply overwhelms old or worn roofs, weakened by leaks, or lack of good maintenance, and the roof collapses into the home, usually injuring or killing those inside, and often causing the entire home to collapse into the ground.

Some homeowners know to sweep the snow off the roof, but that, in and of itself, is extremely dangerous because homeowners can slip on the snow and fall off the roof, killing themselves.   So they're maybe damned if they do, and maybe damned if they don't.






+1 # And?Slim 2022-11-17 21:24
It's winter. There was a possibility of a big Tsunami a few months back. Talk of nukes and the big diesel shortage. Maybe if there's enough talk and blabbering about the big snow it won't happen.
+1 # 2 words~Long JohnsMildB 2022-11-17 14:16
Why Are They Called Long Johns?

Anyone who lives in locations where winters will get colder because of "THE STEAL" two years ago, is familiar with how important this layer is in providing extra insulation against bitter temperatures. But where did they come from? And perhaps more interesting, how did they come to be called “long johns?”

Some historians claim that British cloth and clothing manufacturer, John Smedley’s Lea Mills, of Derbyshire, England, is responsible for introducing long johns to the public sometime in the 19th century, naming them after a famous heavyweight, bare-knuckle boxer at the time, John L. Sullivan, who always entered the ring wearing only his long underwear.

Lol it looks like most are exiting the ring these days.

During Canada’s 19th century Klondike gold rush, another mill, Stanfield’s, of Truro, Nova Scotia, grew rich selling woven wool long underwear to prospectors heading to the frigid Yukon. But this two-piece design wasn’t patented until 1915.

Another unconfirmed story places the invention of long johns back in 17th century England. This tall tale may be one of the most interesting because it says that the name may have been inspired by a famed knife fighter who made a habit of fighting in long underwear.

Some etymologists have also put forth the idea that the term “long johns” may have come about as an approximation of longues jambes, which is French for “long legs.”

No matter where they came from, long johns will be a must staple among winter wardrobes after all the lies and evil is going to shut the heat off on many.

Men's Long Underwear can now be had.
I suggest a pair TODAY!

Don't buy from over seas , BUY AMERICA MADE!


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Note: Hal, I could not verify total American made.
I did make request with pillow guy staff as to what they have going on with "Long Johns" and the winter wounder water time importance.

Most Respectfully,
+1 # Red Flannel Festival in 2022-11-17 15:15
Nov. 11, 1939 marks the anniversary of the first Red Flannel Festival in Cedar Springs MI, honoring the locally made version of long John’s. While the drop seaters are no longer manufactured there, the festival continues with royal Queens and honorary members inducted into The Order of the Red Flannel Knights of the Red Flannel Drawers. All guests and participants are encouraged to wear red, preferably flannels. Lots of hometown family fun.
+1 # I used to Live...Getsum 2022-11-17 00:12
I used to live in Northern Japan for two years. There they had 20 FEET of snow about every was higher than a double decker tour bus in places.

None of this whining, complaining drama queen antics...IT'S CALLED WINTER! The Japanese are way too proud for this type of behavior.

America has grown way too soft in spirit and in body. Maybe the un-woke weather can separate the wheat from the chaff.
# █▓▒░ Buffalo, NY Always Gets Hammered ░▒▓█Palehorse 2022-11-16 22:53

But it's a little early in the season though. 4 ft. ouch.

I always like the clean up as one asks "where do
I put the 4 ft. ... place it upon the other 4 ft.
+1 # more than 199 inches of snow hit us in the winter of 1976 to 1977.PSKYWAY 2022-11-16 22:23
# WINTERPSKYWAY 2022-11-16 22:17
+1 # WowSrmay72 2022-11-16 20:01
American plane and Italian drone at the bombing
+2 # Hmmm our plane was circling the Poland bomb dropSrmay72 2022-11-16 19:55
+6 # We all need a laughSrmay72 2022-11-16 19:27
Love Medvedevs tweet ,
He tweets out Russia's ready to supply Poland with missle defence for Ukrainian rockets lmao I almost laughed my partial out.
+5 # RE: Buffalo, NY To Get 4 to 6 ** FEET ** of Snow by Sunday!John Galt 2022-11-16 19:24
Best way to clean off a roof is with a snow rake… from the ground.
Stupid to climb on a snow covered roof.
# Better yet...MissinD60s 2022-11-17 08:24
Quoting John Galt:
Best way to clean off a roof is with a snow rake… from the ground.
Stupid to climb on a snow covered roof.

It doesn't take long for people to see the dangers, n buy a very light n long roof rake. You can safely clean your roof from the ground. Further, many northerners learn the beauty of metal roof materials. The snow n ice then slide off on their own. You get to sit fireside, warm n comfy, looking schmarht for the Misses. Snow sounds cool n LOUD as it whoomps off the roof.
+1 # Guy says he's from kerson but.....Srmay72 2022-11-16 19:04 you can't make this up Hal. Guys from Kiev a commander in national guard love the acting
+1 # And those black market Ukraine weapons are found in italySrmay72 2022-11-16 18:59
+1 # Restrictionsell 2022-11-16 18:21
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) will soon restrict specific vehicles in anticipation of winter weather conditions.

Due to forecasted severe winter weather, PennDOT will temporarily restrict certain vehicles on Interstate 90 in Erie County starting on Wednesday, Nov. 16.

Vehicle restrictions will reflect Tier 1 of the commonwealth’s weather event vehicle restriction plan, and will go into effect beginning at 6 p.m. along I-90 from the Ohio state line to the New York state line.

Under the Tier 1 restrictions, the following vehicles are not permitted on affected roadways:

Tractors without trailers
Tractors towing unloaded or lightly loaded enclosed trailers, open trailers or tank trailers
Tractors towing unloaded or lightly loaded tandem trailers
Enclosed unloaded or lightly loaded cargo delivery trucks/box trucks that meet the definition of a CMV
Passenger vehicles (cars, SUV’s, pickup trucks, etc.) towing trailers
Recreational vehicles/motorhomes
School buses, commercial buses and motor coaches
Speed limits will be restricted to 45 mph for all vehicles, and commercial vehicles not affected by the restrictions have to move to the right lane. Additional speed restrictions on other interstates could be added depending on changing conditions.

The purpose of the restriction is to help ensure the interstates remain open during the most challenging conditions of the winter storm. When conditions improve, PennDOT will remove the travel restrictions.
+1 # Thank God I Live In TexasGaryhines 2022-11-16 17:20
Thank God I Live in Texas . Gorgeous weather up their .Sub Zero temperature's Snow on top of snow. Right Now outside of Houston clear and sunny 58 low tonight 40 degrees.. you have your weather up their. De ice the streets plow away the snow .sounds like fun. Good Luck on plowing your snow.
+2 # Buffalo, NY To Get 4 to 6 ** FEET ** of Snow by Sunday!JFY 2022-11-16 17:08

Maybe "Bill in NY" will be forced to skip calling in for a couple of shows or more.
+1 # I wonder if Billtrimmer 2022-11-16 17:37
Listens to the archives and FF ahead to his conversations with Hal?
# Robert Dziokrddziok 2022-11-16 16:42
Guess I better cancel going to Ashtabula Ohio area this weekend from Rochester NY which requires going along the NYS Thruway that way. Glad I helped take care of some needed things there a couple of weeks ago. Was looking forward to going though. They shut down the NYS Thruway south of Buffalo to PA line when such happens. Motorists still get stranded along it though.
+6 # Climate Change with the help of snow-Man?acturner067 2022-11-16 16:24
As Frank Zappa said "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow" for there something in it that's not good for you. The snow found lately is made of something other than just frozen water. They are spiking the atmosphere with their poison to create their Climate Change of Horrors?
# RE: Climate Change with the help of snow-Man? 2022-11-16 17:31
If your vehicle is out in the snowfall it’s obvious whether or not the snow is legit. The fake stuff leaves an odd residue. Same with rainfall.

Satan is always trying to counterfeit God…and these evil climate change phonies have no clue how to make genuine snow or rain. SMH
+4 # Stay of the roofJessiebeaner 2022-11-16 16:17
Use one of these avalanche snow rakes. We have several and they are great!!!!!! When you get a break in the storm, go out and clean, effortlessly.
+1 # RE: Buffalo, NY To Get 4 to 6 ** FEET ** of Snow by Sunday!Igorbzo 2022-11-16 16:16
Is it climate change or nature doing his thing, OH well!
# roof fallrugerwild 2022-11-16 16:16
when you fall off a house roof that has that much snow you fall into snow da not to die da i know i have shoveled roof and always jumped off into the snow mounds da city folk always know better
# RE: Buffalo, NY To Get 4 to 6 ** FEET ** of Snow by Sunday!RockyMountainBeerMan 2022-11-16 15:53
We had double that in '04 (11 feet); loved it. :-)
+5 # Fond memories of Buffalo 2022-11-16 15:29
Back in late 1960's everyone in our neighborhood went together, and by flooding their yards built a neighborhood skating rink.

As 7th graders we loved to build Igloos and snow caves in the back yard, and would play in them until mom called us in for dinner.

Deep snow and cold weather is the only thing I fondly remember of this Communist State. Even in Jr High School I remember the insanity of government of NY at the time.
# RE: Fond memories of Buffalo 2022-11-16 17:39
After a record-breaking snowstorm in Michigan in 1978 my elementary kids laid out painters plastic on the stairs and into their upstairs bedroom ( with permission) and hauled their toboggan up to coast out their window into the backyard. We had taken pics of the county’s front end loader digging out the road crew’s snowplow in front of our house but forgot to take pics of their diy toboggan run. Their school friends didn’t believe anybody's mom would allow it. After three days of Barbie & GI Joe, I said yes to just about anything !!

*Had a dairy farmer nearby that snowmobiled over with raw milk from his creamer for my kids and a recipe for diy butter from his wife :-)
+5 # "Darn global warming . . . ." 2022-11-16 15:22
It is frustrating to see people confuse weather with climate.

It seems that the 30 years of research by Dane Wilmington at Geoengineering Watch is not getting through peoples skulls.

According to Dane the chem-trailing has caused an irreversible "runaway" heating of the earth much like what happened to the planet Venus. Eventually earth temperatures will be several hundred degrees if the chem trailing continues!

This "runaway" heating was unsuspected by the globalists, and they are now trying to slow down the process, with different methods of cooling. Which according to Dane will cause MORE heating in the long run.

There is no reason to be ignorant about this.
You can disagree with Dane, but you should at least be aware of his work and conclusions.
+3 # Dane WIGGINGTONJessiebeaner 2022-11-16 16:19
Geoengineering watch
# four feet can happenBoss 2022-11-16 14:54
Had relatives living in the snow belt in upstate NY
Four feet carried thru the winter was not unusual
Owned a jeep with a snow plow to get down from high hill that they lived on
Before that, when they were young, they parked at the bottom of the hill and carried groceries up to the house via snow shoes
They still got snowed in during the winter
Prayers for those living in the snow belt this week and weekend
+2 # At Home??Mel 2022-11-16 14:51
Bills have a home game this weekend?

At 2-4 inches/hour, this is gonna be interesting.

What happens when you throw a pass and can't find the ball until the snow plow gets involved?
# Snow bowlBoss 2022-11-16 15:17
1952 (?) at Ohio State against Michigan
You got in free...
+5 # Roof rakesKarGiver 2022-11-16 14:44
People in upstate NY hopefully own roof rakes so they don't have to risk life and limb to clear the snow off their roofs!
+6 # I second thatHeron13 2022-11-16 15:45
Definitely a necessary tool! I have cleared a lot of roofs in my day, here's my technique: find out how far you can reach with your rake and make a mark in the snow with it. If you can clear it all with the rake the great, go for it. If not then you need to climb up and shovel the peak off down to your rake marks. The lower snow acts as your safety net if you slide while high. Then just get down and rake the rest. If that all sounds too much then just hire a young buck to do it all...


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