60 inches. That's how much snow fell in Buffalo three years ago, crashing into homes, stranding drivers and closing the New York State Thruway. We won't see that much in central New York, but the first storm of the season could bring up to 10 inches.
When Winter hits central New York we are inundated with alerts; watches, warnings, advisories, but what the heck do they all mean? The National Weather Service is making it less complicated with the Hazard Simplification Project