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Flood Warning

Flood Warning - Wind Watch


Buffalo, N.Y. (WBEN) - A Flood WARNING is posted for the region until Monday afternoon.
Bus Service

Metro Bus Revises Schedule


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) For those Western New Yorkers who rely on public transportation, there will be a revised schedule for the Metro Bus Lines on Monday. The revised schedule centers on the storm center in the areas of Buffalo and the Southtowns.
Flood Threat

Buffalo on the Ready for Flood Threat


BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Buffalo is making significant progress clearing streets still clogged from an epic storm left more than 7 feet of snow even as a flooding threat looms, the city's mayor said Sunday.
Farnham

Farnham Plow Drivers Walk Off Job with Plows Running


Farnham, N.Y. (WBEN) - Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz this morning is reporting the plow drivers in Farnham literally walked off the job last night with the plows running.  
Better than NWS?

Cuomo Creating Statewide Weather System


Alden, NY (WBEN) During his news conference Saturday, Governor Cuomo essentially called out meteorologists saying they got this week's forecast wrong.
 
FEMA Funds

Schumer Vows to Press FEMA


Cheektowaga, NY (WBEN) Whether you are a fan of Senator Charles Schumer or not you have to admire his determination. Speaking at a news conference on Saturday along with County Executive Mark Poloncarz and Mayor Byron Brown the senator said he expects this storm battered region to exceed the threshold for receiving FEMA funds.

 
Stockpiling

Cuomo Stockpiling Supplies in Preparing for Flooding


Alden, NY (WBEN) After parts of Western New York got nearly seven feet of snow, the weather is forecast to become much warmer in the coming days, causing flooding once that snow melts. Governor Cuomo is preparing by stockpiling needed supplies.
 
Cleanup

Gov. Cuomo: "Flooding is worse than snow". Flood Threat Looms Amidst Cleanup.


BUFFALO, N.Y. (WBEN/AP) --  New York's governor says officials are preparing for the worst while hoping for the best in the Buffalo area, where rain and warmer weather are threatening to melt the 7 feet of snow on the ground.
Abandoned Cars

Abandoned Cars Found on County Website


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Hundreds of abandoned cars are waiting to be picked up at three locations around Erie County.The database, which went live early Saturday morning, lists the make, model, license plate and location of more than 500 vehicles that had to be towed.

 
Ralph Wilson Stadium filled with snow
Game Streak

S'No Problem, Bills Fan to Keep Streak Alive


Mother Nature isn't going to throw a wrench into Ken Johnson's 21-year streak of attending every Buffalo Bills game - no matter where they play. Johnson has every intention attending his 336th consecutive game on Monday night, even though the
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