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Binghamton’s 2014-2015 Winter Weather Forecast

 

NOAA has released the 2014-2015 Winter Weather Predictions and according to the maps below it looks like Binghamton falls into the part of the country where weather could go multiple ways.

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Many Broome County Fire Hydrants Are Inaccessible

Fire departments in the Twin Tiers have been busy with a wave of major blazes in recent days, including a fatal apartment building blaze in Johnson City.

Despite requests by emergency services officials, many fire hydrants around the region haven't been cleared of snow and ice

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Snow Prompts School, Event Cancellations

Thursday, February 13: Binghamton University announced classes after 3:30 pm were canceled. Earlier classes were to be dismissed by 4:30 pm.

SUNY Broome Community College announced it would close at 6 pm. Thursday evening classe

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Broome Workers Clear Sidewalk At Closed DMV Office

Pedestrians walking on Clinton Street in Binghamton's First Ward were able to use the sidewalk in front of the former DMV office Wednesday after workers cleared away snow and ice.

The office at 181 Clinton Street was shut down last month as Broome County moved the city DMV operation to the downtown bus station

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Sidewalk At Closed Broome DMV Office Unshoveled

Pedestrians near the recently-shuttered Broome County Department of Motor Vehicles office in Binghamton's First Ward have been coping with a sidewalk that hasn't been cleared of snow.

The walk in front of the county-owned property at 181 Clinton Street remained unshoveled Tuesday, posing a hazard to those who attempted to navigate it or those who walked in the street to avoid the snow

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Another Snowy Day For The Binghamton Area

A major winter storm dumped snow at the rate of two or more inches an hour across parts of the Twin Tiers.

The snow arrived in the Binghamton area early Wednesday and quickly made travel extremely difficult

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Binghamton Area Prepares For A Foot Of Snow

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for the Twin Tiers. The warning is scheduled to be in effect from 10 p.m. Tuesday to 7 p.m. Wednesday.

 

People in the Binghamton area are bracing for another significant snow storm. Forecasters say the snow should reach

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Binghamton Mayor: City’s Ready For Snow

Binghamton Mayor Rich David says city public works crews are prepared to deal with the challenges posed by the winter storm.

David walked in the snow to City Hall shortly before nine o'clock this morning for his first business day as mayor after being sworn in on Wednesday

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Snow, Ice Slow Binghamton Morning Commute

Several crashes on Twin Tiers highways made for a slow ride to work for thousands of people this morning.

Some of the crashes on snowy, icy roadways involved injuries.

Many school districts opened late because of the hazardous conditions

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The Snow Will Return To Binghamton

Snow lovers in the Twin Tiers should be pleased with what's likely in store for the region as we prepare for the arrival of spring.

Despite the mild weather of the past few days and the moderate rainfall across the Binghamton area, it seems likely the ground will be white again before long

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