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"Winter Storm Warning" ...Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 7 PM EST this evening... * locations...eastern Essex...Union...and Hudson counties in New Jersey...and New York City and Long Island in New York. * Hazard types...heavy snow. * Accumulations...snow accumulation of 4 to 7 inches. * Timing...wintry mix changes to all snow by 5 am. Snow may be heavy at times this morning into early afternoon...before tapering off late this afternoon into this evening. * Visibilities...one quarter mile at times this morning into early afternoon. * Temperatures...mid 30s early this morning...dropping into the lower 20s by afternoon. * Impacts...hazardous travel conditions due to falling temperatures and Road icing...greatly reduced visibilities and significant snow accumulations. Some blowing and drifting snow is possible late this morning through this afternoon. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Winter Storm Warning for heavy snow means severe winter weather conditions are expected or occurring. Significant amounts of snow are forecast that will make travel dangerous. Only travel in an emergency. If you must travel...keep an extra flashlight...food... and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency. , "Special Statement" ...Moderate to locally heavy snow will impact Bronx...Hudson...Kings (Brooklyn)...Nassau...New York (Manhattan)...Queens...Richmond (staten island)...southern Essex...Suffolk and Union counties for the morning commute At 600 am EST...National Weather Service Doppler radar was tracking moderate to locally heavy snow developing over the area. Snowfall rates of one half to one inch per hour and visibilities of 1/2 to 1/4 mile or less are expected to develop through 8am. Temperatures dropping below freezing from mid-morning on will result in icing on untreated roads. Expect travel to become increasingly difficult through the morning rush. A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for the area. NV 603 am EST Thu Mar 5 2015 ...Moderate to locally heavy snow will impact Bronx...Hudson...Kings (Brooklyn)...Nassau...New York (Manhattan)...Queens...Richmond (staten island)...southern Essex...Suffolk and Union counties for the morning commute At 600 am EST...National Weather Service Doppler radar was tracking moderate to locally heavy snow developing over the area. Snowfall rates of one half to one inch per hour and visibilities of 1/2 to 1/4 mile or less are expected to develop through 8am. Temperatures dropping below freezing from mid-morning on will result in icing on untreated roads. Expect travel to become increasingly difficult through the morning rush. A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for the area. NV 514 am EST Thu Mar 5 2015 ...Snow will impact morning commute for the Bronx...Hudson...Kings (Brooklyn)...Nassau...New York (Manhattan)...Queens...Richmond (staten island)...southern Essex...Suffolk and Union counties... At 507 am EST...National Weather Service Doppler radar was tracking light to moderate snow developing over the region. One to two inches of snow are possible by 8 am. With visibilities dropping to 1/2 mile at times and temperatures dropping to or just below freezing through 8 am...deteriorating Road conditions can be expected. Motorists should exercise extreme caution during this morning commute. NV 514 am EST Thu Mar 5 2015 ...Snow will impact morning commute for the Bronx...Hudson...Kings (Brooklyn)...Nassau...New York (Manhattan)...Queens...Richmond (staten island)...southern Essex...Suffolk and Union counties... At 507 am EST...National Weather Service Doppler radar was tracking light to moderate snow developing over the region. One to two inches of snow are possible by 8 am. With visibilities dropping to 1/2 mile at times and temperatures dropping to or just below freezing through 8 am...deteriorating Road conditions can be expected. Motorists should exercise extreme caution during this morning commute. NV -- Thursday Mar.05 15,07:00 AM Weather  |  LIRR  |  Traffic  |  Traffic Cams |  Weather News

 

PSC to Hold Technical Conference

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REV Working Groups to Provide Feedback to Commission

Albany, NY - July 07, 2014 - The New York State Public Service Commission (Commission) today announced it will conduct a technical conference from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 10, 2014, in Meeting Room 6 on the Concourse located at the Empire State Plaza, Albany, New York. The primary purpose of the conference is to give the Track 1 working groups in case 14-M-0101, Reforming the Energy Vision, an opportunity to report their findings to the Commission. The conference is open to the public. 
 
The working groups have been engaged in regular meetings since May 12, 2014 discussing the topics of markets, customer engagement, platform technologies and microgrids. During the technical conference, each group will present a panel of working group representatives to make presentations and answer questions from the Commissioners. Additional experts from the working groups will also be available, as a resource, to respond as well. 
 
The conference will be broadcast live on the Internet. The Internet broadcast can be viewed by accessing here. Individuals in New York City wishing to observe the Commission’s technical conference may do so in the Board Room on the 4th Floor of the Commission's offices in New York City. Pursuant to procedures established by the building management, anyone planning to view the meeting in the New York City Board Room must notify Jan Goorsky at (212) 417-2378, 48 hours in advance of the meeting, and must be prepared to show valid photo identification upon arrival at 90 Church Street. The videocasting will be for viewing and listening purposes only.  
 
Persons with disabilities who require a sign language interpreter or other special accommodations should call the Department of Public Service's Human Resources Management office at (518) 474-2520. TDD users may call this number through the New York Relay Service at 1-800-662-1220 or have a representative call directly to the office. 
 
If you have difficulty understanding English, please call us at 1-800-342-3377 for free language assistance services regarding this press release. 
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