First ‘Significant Snow of the Season’ Not so Significant After All
The first 'significant snow of the season' may not be so significant after all. But that doesn't mean we won't see any snow this weekend in central New York.
The system in the Pacific Ocean the National Weather Service is tracking is changing but there's still chances of potential lake effect snow through Sunday night and even well into Monday, especially for areas along and north of the NY Thruway.
The issue is the uncertainty on how much the bands will shift and where it'll land. The National Weather Service says "accumulations Sunday would probably be limited because of air temperatures still slightly above freezing, as well as wet warm ground. For Sunday night into Monday morning, however, accumulation potential may be better."