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News Update for Mon., Nov. 25, 2013

New Winter Storm on the horizon; counties to east of Chautauqua and Cattaraugus now under Winter Storm Warnings...

Another late Fall 'Winter' storm is on the way to the East Coast... and, the Jamestown-area.  The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday night.  Forecaster John Hitchcock in Buffalo says there is the potential for as much as seven-inches or more of snow from late Tuesday afternoon through early Wednesday night.  Hitchcock says it'll be a wide-spread storm... with everyone in the area getting some kind of accumulation right before Thanksgiving.  He says the weather models are showing the potential for a coastal storm... and, that might bring significant snowfall.  However... he also cautions there's a lot of uncertainty with this system... which is now in the southern U-S.  Hitchcock says holiday travelers will want to prepare for winter driving conditions just in case the storm should hit the area.  Over the past weekend... the area generally did not get the predicted snowfall totals from a Clipper system from Canada.

City lawmakers to vote on 2014 Jamestown Budget tonight...

The Jamestown City Council will vote tonight on a just over $33.5-million, 2014 budget that includes a dividend transfer from the Board of Public Utilities.  That from Council President Greg Rabb... who says if council doesn't act tonight... the Mayor's spending plan would take effect because lawmakers don't meet again until December 2nd.  The budget... with council changes... is due by December 1st.  The main concern is the BPU has not yet voted on the $475,000 dividend payment from the Electric and Water Divisions for next year.  The Board is not scheduled to take up the matter until a special meeting on Dec. 3.