SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – Mainly quiet for most of CNY, but heavy lake snow continues east-northeast of Lake Ontario into Thursday. How much snow falls north of Syracuse through midweek? Details are below…
Brisk and cold, a little snow for all soon…
It stays cold through the rest of the week with highs ranging from the upper teens to mid-20s, while wind chills range from 0 to +15 for the most part tonight into Friday.
A bit of light snow/flurries are expected across many parts of CNY thanks to Lake Erie and a little disturbance come Thursday afternoon. Only a coating to an inch is expected for the majority, but up north it’s a different story…
Lake snow continues to pile up for some…
OVERNIGHT – THURSDAY MORNING:
The band of heavy lake snow near Watertown/heart of Jefferson County Wednesday evening is expected to slide south into southern Jefferson, far northern Oswego, and north-central Lewis counties late tonight into Thursday morning.
MIDDAY THURSDAY – THURSDAY EVENING:
The heavy lake snow will be moving back to the north to around Watertown towards lunch time and stay there through sunset Thursday before it drifts back south and back out over the lake finally ending the lake snow east of the lake later Thursday night!
Due to the likelihood for additional significant accumulations, a Lake Effect Snow Warning continues for Jefferson, Lewis, and Oswego counties through Thursday evening, while the warning is in effect until 10 am Thursday for southern Herkimer County.
In parts of these areas another 1 to 2+ feet of snow is expected in the most persistent snows tonight through Thursday with very rough travel and near 0 visibility at times!
Another light accumulating snow for all Friday
It appears a more widespread area of light to occasionally moderate snow tries to work into CNY from the south on Friday with a few inches or less expected. Stay tuned for updates.
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