Western New York City should experience high winds throughout your Monday, with gusts of up to around 60 mph. Local meteorologists have suggested it could snow as well, but that appears to have changed, with current forecasts predicting rain showers with a slight chance that it will turn to snow shower later in the evening.

With strong winds, a wind advisory is in effect for Niagara, Orleans, Monroe, North Erie, Genesee and Wyoming counties, according to The Weather Channel.

National Grid and New York State Election and Gas Corporation have independently monitored weather issues (especially wind) for the past week.

High winds are likely to cause power outages in affected counties. These winds could cause power outages in affected counties and as a result, National Grid has made a decision to add additional resources, including line and tree crews, and they will do whatever they can to help out. restoration efforts.

National Grid has already promulgated its comprehensive emergency response plan on Sunday. This normally happens in anticipation of a major storm that will sweep over a specific area.

Due to the number of power outages expected in western New York State, National Grid has called in crews from the Midwest to help them.

New York State Election and Gas Corporation (NYSEG) is following a similar protocol, also enlisting an additional 100 crews to help restore services due to the 60 mph winds.

In an emergency, make sure you have enough food, water, charged appliances, a full tank of gasoline in your car, and don’t forget a flashlight with batteries already in it.

To report a National Grid outage, click here.

To report a NYSEG outage, click here.

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