posted on November 30, 2010 07:23
There is no snow in our immediate forecast, but there is precipitation in the form of rain and there could be a lot of it.
No watches or warnings have been issued for Genesee County, but the National Weather Service has issued an advisory.
The Weather Service is forecasting rain for today and tonight. The rain could be moderate to heavy at times, with a potential for one to two inches of rain by tomorrow.
There is the potential for accumulating Lake Effect snow Wednesday afternoon through Thursday primarily south of Batavia, according to the Weather Service.
A Batavia woman has been charged with a suspected violation of Leandra’s Law. That’s the new statute involving a child in the car with a suspected drunk driver.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies say 26-year-old Tonya Marie Weber of School Street, Batavia, struck a parked car on Farnsworth Avenue in Oakfield last night and then left the scene. Deputies located the car a short time later. They accused Tonya of driving drunk with a child in the car.
A Bergen man is facing a felony charge for allegedly stealing firewood from a home in LeRoy.
47-year-old Basilio Martinez of Route 33, Bergen, is in the Genesee County Jail this morning without bail.
He is charged with Criminal Possession of Stolen Property and Criminal Possession of a Weapon.
Deputies say a homeowner on Parmelee Road in LeRoy confronted Martinez allegedly stealing firewood. The homeowner then got a license plate number and deputies tracked down Martinez.
They say they found Martinez with a shotgun that was reported stolen several years ago in Livingston County.
New York City area airports didn't receive high marks in a new airport quality survey, in fact one of them came in dead last. LaGuardia Airport finished last in Zagat's annual airport survey. This is LaGuardia's fourth time coming in last in the survey. Kennedy and Newark Airports weren't far behind.
The Portland Oregon International Airport was the favorite airport in the U.S.
The former treasurer of the Aurora-Colden Fire District in Erie County has admitted to embezzling nearly 370-thousand dollars of taxpayer money. Authorities say 67-year-old Gerard Whittington could face up to seven years behind bars. Whittington held the post for nearly 30 years before being fired last summer.