Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at 4:51 am
Emergency responders have been busy throughout the night and throughout the county with weather-related calls.
There have been wires down, cars off the roadways and accidents.
We don't have all the details on all of those incidents.
We can tell you that more than 700 National Grid customers are without power in more than a dozen different locations in Genesee County.
The largest outage is from Brookville Road down to Attica with 374 customers without power. No ETA on power restoration.
South of South Main Street Road, just west of Wortendyke Road is another outage with 89 customers affected. Power should be restored by 6:30 a.m.
Off Maple Road, Alabama, 68 customers affected. Power should be restored by 4:30 a.m.
Outages effecting about 35 customers each are reported off of Gulf Road, Le Roy, County Line Road, Darien, Harlow Road, Darien and just west of Darien Center.
There are also nine customers in Linden without power and 12 just west of Morganville.
There are two small outages reported in the city and another half-dozen or so small ones sprinkled throughout the county.
One large band of snow passed over the county in the 2 a.m. hour and radar shows another one heading our way in a couple of hours.
UPDATE 7:06 a.m.: There remains small, isolated power outages scattered all over the county. The two largest effects 200 customes on the Tonawanda Indian Reservation and 76 customers in Pavilion, just north of Route 20 in the South Street Road area. The National Weather Service reports that the heavy wet snow has passed through the area and is predicting patchy light snow the rest of the day. Caution is advised while traveling because of numerous low hanging and downed wires.