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Winter Storm Warning now in effect for Jamestown-area beginning at 8 a.m. tomorrow...

A major winter storm that could bring some very treacherous travel conditions to the area, and, bitterly cold temperatures is expected to move into the region early tomorrow.  The National Weather Service in Buffalo adds that will especially be the case later in the day.  That from Forecaster John Hitchcock.. who says a Winter Storm Warning is continued for Chautauqua County from 8 a.m. Wednesday through 2 a.m. Thursday.  Hitchcock says in addition to a half-foot to a foot of snow... we'll see temperatures plummet from about 35 degrees to about 20 during the day.  We'll be into the teens by early evening.  As for snow totals during the storm... Hitchcock says predicting those totals will be "tricky."  Right now... he says we'll see about 8 to 12 inches in the Dunkirk-Fredonia area... and 4 to 6 inches along the Pennsylvania state border.  The storm will initially bring a wintry mix to the area Wednesday morning... before changing to mostly snow later in the day. 

Westfield man arrested for alleged rash of burglaries in town and village...

A Westfield man has been arrested for his alleged involvement in a number of day-time burglaries in both the town and village of Westfield.  Sheriff's officers and Westfield Police investigated the recent cases... and, arrested 38 year-old Todd Reardon at his 55 Union St. home Monday.  Police say they had obtained a warrant for Reardon's arrest in Westfield Town Court.  Reardon was arraigned on two counts of second-degree burglary... and, sent to the County Jail on $50,000 cash bail... $100,000 property bond.

Silver says Assembly will propose property tax "circuit breaker" instead of rebate...

The leader of the Democrat-led state Assembly says their budget proposal will include a property tax ``circuit breaker'' instead of the rebate program sought by Governor Andrew Cuomo.  Speaker Sheldon Silver made the comment to reporters today as the Assembly and the state Senate prepared separate budget resolutions staking out their positions on the fiscal plan due April 1st.  Leaders of the two houses are negotiating with Cuomo on a final plan this month.  Cuomo's budget plan to freeze property taxes through rebates to homeowners in jurisdictions that meet spending and shared services goals is unpopular with many state lawmakers and the local officials they represent.

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