Southern Tier Slip Slide
Emergency Services officials in Chenango and Tioga Counties are reporting road crews have been sent out to deal with some slippery conditions.
Snow Causes Crashes Across Binghamton Region
Police agencies responded to several vehicle crashes in the Twin Tiers as drivers began to employ winter driving skills that have rarely been needed in recent weeks.
The National Weather Service predicted total snow accumulations of about two inches by Wednesday morning...
This May Become Binghamton’s Coldest Month
There appears to be a good chance this month will wind up as the coldest month ever recorded by the Binghamton National Weather Service office.
David Nicosia, the office's warning coordination meteorologist, said forecasters have been discussing the possibility that this February will wind up in…
Twin Tiers Schools Affected By Extreme Cold
Some area schools will open late January 8 because of the dangerously cold temperatures.
The National Weather Service office at the Greater Binghamton Airport has posted a Wind Chill Advisory for the region. It's scheduled to be in effect through 10 a...
Heavy Rainfall Across The Twin Tiers
Weather forecasters say heavy rain and gusty winds may pose a few problems for some people in the Binghamton area.
The National Weather Service predicted total rainfall would average between two and three inches through Wednesday morning...
Twin Tiers Residents Ready For A Warm-Up
It's been more than six weeks since the official arrival of spring.
This week's forecast from the National Weather Service suggests winter may finally be over.
Sunny skies are expected across the Binghamton area Tuesday and Wednesday with temperatures in the low to mid 60s...
Binghamton-Area Power Outages Blamed On Weather
A few hundred NYSEG customers in the Binghamton region lost electric service for a time Tuesday.
Shortly before 2 p.m., the utility reported 357 customers without electricity in Broome and Chenango counties.
Nearly 200 of the affected customers were in the town of Maine...
Binghamton-Based DOT Crews Ready For More Snow
Nearly four weeks into spring, the National Weather Service is forecasting some sleet and snow for much of the Binghamton area.
The New York State Department of Transportation still has plenty of salt on hand in the event it's needed...

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