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TRACKING WINTER WEATHER: Sleet cuts into snow accumulations across Finger Lakes (full coverage)


A vast majority of the region did not see as much snow as expected out of this winter storm.

While forecasters with the National Weather Service and other regional outlets expected to see a widespread 8-12 inches of new snow – sleet and freezing rain mixed in during the overnight hours – knocking down totals.

As of 9:30 a.m. locations in Wayne County saw the most snowfall with around 8 inches of accumulation. Locations in Ontario, Seneca, and Yates counties reported between 4-6 inches.

Cayuga County activated a travel advisory, but that was cancelled around 9:30 a.m., too.

There isn’t a ton left with this system. The National Weather Service says that 1-3 inches depending on exact location with less than a hundredth of new freezing rain. Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories were lifted during the mid-morning hours.

FLX Weather Meteorologist Drew Montreuil says that his focus is shifting to another system, which is taking a similar track to the one that passed through overnight. Here’s what he’s thinking as this next system moves into the area between Thursday and Friday. [READ MORE]

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