The Finger Lakes and Central New York will be dealing with blustery, snowy conditions for at least part of the day. Central New York and the Finger Lakes won’t see significant, measurable snowfall like they did a few days ago, but most locations will see a couple bursts of snow.
In fact, it’s been enough to get forecasters talking about the prospect of a hefty snow squall that will drop south as the afternoon progresses. Brief heavy snow, blowing snow, and near zero visibilities are possible as this line drops off Lake Ontario, through the Finger Lakes and Central New York- and into the Southern Tier.
When will the snow squall arrive?
– Monroe, Wayne, and Northern Cayuga counties between 12-2 p.m.
– Livingston, Ontario, Seneca, Yates, and Cayuga counties between 2-4 p.m.
– Steuben, Schuyler, and Tompkins counties- as well as points south between 4-6 p.m.
At this point there are not any active weather alerts for the snow squalls- but the National Weather Service could issue alerts at some point during the day. The challenge with those alerts is that they will likely be released moments before the squall-line approaches.
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