Here’s Your Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from NEWS10 Meteorologist Nick Johnston
Today will be dry and problem free. Temperatures will be seasonable – topping out near 40° – winds will stay light, and while clouds will increase during the afternoon/evening… snow is not expected to arrive in most places until around midnight (possibly earlier in the Catskills/Southern NY). Tonight, the next storm system arrives, with another round of light snow, and lows on either side of 30°.
It will likely be similar to Monday Morning with small accumulations before dawn, coating the roads and making for a messy morning commute. SLOW IT DOWN Wednesday morning!
Here is what you need to know for tomorrow morning;
A shot of cold air comes in from Canada for the last part of the week into the weekend. Highs will only be in the mid 30s Thursday/Friday, and only near 30 Saturday/Sunday. WNW Winds will be blustery Thursday & Friday, generating significant Lake Effect Snow. Parts of the Tug Hill Plateau & Western ADK’s may get 1-2 feet.
Have a good day!