Lake effect snow has subsided in most parts of the Finger Lakes and Central New York. However, the region’s next weather maker is less than 24 hours away.
Aside from cold, windy conditions, which will last through the weekend – another shot of snowfall will make its way into the area on Sunday.
Here’s how that is coming together, according to the National Weather Service:
Snow showers will redevelop as a low pressure system moves in through the Great Lakes. Snow will develop during the overnight hours and then continue through most of the day on Sunday.
Scattered snow showers southeast of the Lakes this morning will slowly taper off through this afternoon. Our weather will quickly become more active again heading into tonight and Sunday as the next round of accumulating snow is set to impact our region. pic.twitter.com/f8APa2bzjL
— NWS Buffalo (@NWSBUFFALO) November 27, 2021
The snow will not be heavy, but will be the region’s first ‘general’ snowfall. Expect 1-3 inches throughout most of the Finger Lakes and Central New York.
Good morning! Any lingering lake effect snow showers this morning in Central NY will be ending by this afternoon. A weak system will then bring an accumulating light snow to the region Sunday into early Monday morning. A general 1-3 inches of snow is expected. #NYwx #PAwx pic.twitter.com/FIgOpS5vsJ
— NWS Binghamton (@NWSBinghamton) November 27, 2021
— NYS Thruway Authority (@NYSThruway) November 27, 2021
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