Forecasters say it’s becoming more likely by the hour that a higher impact winter storm effect the Finger Lakes and Central New York regions. While there will be some minor accumulation on Wednesday from a system that’s staying to the south- another round of wintry weather will mean the possibility of heavy snow between Friday night and Saturday.
There are a lot of details to work out still, and the National Weather Service has not issued any advisories, warnings, or alerts for the Friday-Saturday storm. However, meteorologists are watching what’s coming for possible travel impacts, as well as a snowfall that could mean 6-8 inches of fresh snow on the ground.
What do we know now about this winter storm?
Forecasters expect it to start as rain or mixed precipitation during the day or evening on Friday. Then, transition to snow during the overnight hours. Depending on how the low tracks- accumulations will vary, but timeline of the wintry weather looks focused on Saturday.
What is the Storm Trackers Team saying about this potential winter storm?
The team is monitoring the situation- and will issue alerts and guidance based on model data that comes in Wednesday and Thursday. Check them out on Facebook for the latest updates, or follow along below as we share updated graphics.
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