Tricky travel this morning as snow covered roads, slippery spots make for wintry commute

The lake effect snow bands that are making travel difficult during the early-morning hours will dissipate as time goes on.

Use caution on roadways, especially if traveling along the Route 104 corridor between Monroe, Wayne, and Cayuga counties. That’s where the heaviest snow fell overnight.

Parts of the New York State Thruway are still seeing bursts of snow. Areas south of Rochester and east of Exit 40 are the biggest concern.

The Winter Weather Advisory issued by the National Weather Service will expire later this morning.

Here’s a look at what to expect for the rest of the day:

Here’s a look at what was forecasted for Western New York:

Here’s a look at what was forecasted for the Southern Tier:

The latest from the National Weather Service:


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