This morning the widespread snow will taper off and behind it will be a few lake effect snow showers.
Some areas will see more significant accumulations than others. That said, the entire region will stay cloudy until a cold front swings through the area this evening.
That will bring in some of the coldest weather we’ve seen this winter. Temperatures on Friday will struggle to move at all.
Once that cold front does move through – winds will shift and lake effect snow showers will be common for everyone over the next 24 hours.
Those should taper off late Friday. Temperatures will rebound over the weekend making for better travel.
Widespread snow will taper off over the next few hours this morning, then attention turns to lake effect snow. A strong cold front, with minor snowfall, will swing across our region this evening and usher in a colder airmass that will generate lake effect snow through Friday. pic.twitter.com/0ClRf9M3yH
— NWS Buffalo (@NWSBUFFALO) February 13, 2020
Current winter weather advisory will be coming to an end this morning. Colder air and lake effect snow showers push in this afternoon and persist into Friday afternoon. Very cold Friday night into Saturday with widespread below zero temperatures likely. pic.twitter.com/8B4CPDb9fJ
— NWS Binghamton (@NWSBinghamton) February 13, 2020