The following article contains information that is being made available to the media in an attempt to assist readers in making informed decisions about whether or not to travel to an upcoming hurricane season event or if they should travel to that event at all.
While this information is based on information currently available to this newspaper, it may change without notice.
Category 5 Hurricane Matthew is now the most powerful hurricane on record to make landfall on the East Coast of the United States.
It’s expected to dump up to 15 inches of rain on parts of New England, and its eye has already made landfall on Cape Cod in Massachusetts.
But there’s one area of New York where Matthew is forecast to hit, and it’s not exactly a storm that would be anticipated to make a major impact.
This area is located near the city of Buffalo.
In addition to the severe rainfall that Matthew is expected to produce, this area is also a tourist hotspot and is expected for up to a foot of snow in some areas.
This will create a significant burden on the city’s roads and infrastructure.
In addition to these immediate challenges, Matthew has caused serious damage to the Buffalo Niagara Regional Transit Authority’s (BNRTA) fleet.
It will take weeks to repair the damage caused by Matthew, and the damage is expected continue for several weeks.
The city of New Buffalo will be the only major U.S. city affected by the storm.
The Buffalo Niagara Water Authority (BWHA) is the agency that serves Buffalo Niagara and the surrounding area.
The BWHA serves approximately 20,000 people and has a population of around 1.2 million.
Approximately 300 homes are currently without power in the Buffalo area, and a large portion of the area is closed off.
The Buffalo Niagara Fire Department has been deployed to the area to assist with the rescue effort.
If you are planning to travel through Buffalo, or you are interested in being notified when the storm has passed and is about to pass through, you should call the BWHa at (916) 751-3877.
The phone number is (919) 877-7000.
In the event of an emergency, the BWha is also providing free bottled water to anyone who needs it.
This storm is expected bring up to 8 inches of rainfall to Buffalo and up to 4 inches of snow.
The storm is moving west-northwest and is forecast for an intensification at some locations in the area.