Travel advisories in Monroe and Livingston counties go into effect at 1 p.m. Sunday until further notice.

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) - Monroe County officials are issuing travel advisories and announcing closures ahead of the windstorm that's expected to impact western New York Sunday morning through Monday morning.

Bristol Mountain will close at 4 p.m. on Sunday. All evening events and activities have been canceled. They plan on reopening at 9 a.m. on Monday. Updates on conditions will be on their website.

TRAVEL ADVISORIES

Travel advisories in Monroe and Livingston counties go into effect at 1 p.m. Sunday until further notice.

Travel is not restricted, but drivers are urged to use caution.

THRUWAY

A ban on empty tractor-trailers and tandems on the Thruway begins at 10 a.m. Sunday. The ban covers the following sections of the Thruway:

- Exit 31 in Utica to exit 61 (Ripley to the Pennsylvania border)

- Along I-590

- I-490 from the Victor exit to LeRoy exits

- I-390 from Dansville to Route 104

FLIGHT DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS

Several flights in and out of the Greater Rochester International Airport are delayed or canceled.

POWER OUTAGES

Prepare for the possibility of power outages lasting for several days.

SENECA PARK ZOO, MONROE COUNTY PARKS, CEMETERIES

The Seneca Park Zoo will be closed Sunday. The second day of Polar Bear Awareness Weekend is also canceled.

All Monroe County parks and parks facilities will also be closed Sunday. Public notice will be provided when the parks return to normal operation.

Mt. Hope Cemetery and Riverside Cemetery closed at noon.

EMERGENCY SHELTERS

The David F. Gantt R-Center, located at 700 North St. in Rochester, is open as a warming center and temporary warming shelter for those impacted by the windstorm. City officials said it will remain open as long as it is needed.

The Greece Public Library Main Branch at the Greece Town Hall Campus, located on Vince Tofany Blvd., will open at noon Sunday to serve as a warming center for anyone without power. Greece Town Supervisor Bill Relich said the Town of Greece Community and Senior Center will also open if necessary.

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