Major Storm Dumping Anywhere From 1 to 4 Feet Across New York
Here comes the snow and a lot of it. How much? Anywhere from one to 4 feet!
The first widespread snowfall of the season may have only brought a few inches to Central New York but more is on the way. If you traveling north or west, you may have to change your plans, especially if you're heading anywhere near the lake.
New York Watches & Warnings
Winter storm watches and warnings have been issued all across New York State with Watertown and Buffalo getting the worst of it.
Southern Oneida County Snow Advisory
A Lake Effect Snow Advisory is in effect for Southern Oneida County until 2 AM Friday, November 18.
Total snow accumulations of 3 to 6 inches. The highest snow accumulations will be north of the Thurway and could approach 7 inches in some spots.
Northern Oneida County Snow Warning
A Lake Effect Snow Warning is in effect for Northern Oneida County until 2 AM Friday, November 18. 7 to 14 inches is anticipated.
The highest snow accumulations may reach up to 16 inches north of Camden.
3 Feet in Watertown - Jefferson County
If you're heading north, travel could be next to impossible. 2 to 3 feet is expected in Jefferson County from November 18 through November 20.
Heavy lake effect snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 2 to 3 feet in the most persistent lake snows. The most snow will occur across the northern half of the county from the Watertown area and Fort Drum to Philadelphia.
4 Feet in Buffalo - Erie County
The storm will be even worse to the west. 2 to 3 feet could fall in Erie County, especially in the most persistent lake snows. The heaviest snow is expected late Thursday night through Friday night when snowfall rates could exceed two inches per hour.
Total snow accumulations of 2 to 4 feet in the most persistent lake snows. Snowfall rates could exceed 3 inches per hour.