It’s been a tricky storm for forecasters, as many have been this season, but the National Weather Service is holding on with their Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories, as of midnight.
The Winter Storm Warning remains active for Cayuga, Onondaga, Seneca, and Wayne counties until 1 pm. While the rest of the Finger Lakes remains in a Winter Weather Advisory. Snowfall totals will vary dramatically by location. A general 3 to 6 inches of snow is possible for most of the region with locally higher amounts throughout.
Throughout the evening the winds increased dramatically. Those winds will continue and gradually subside throughout the day on Monday. Temperatures will be cold, though. Wind chills during the morning will make it feel like it’s in the single digits.
The primary concern at this point is roadway conditions, which could be tricky for the morning commute.
Local Weather Resources:
— Travis J. Smith (@TJSHD1) February 13, 2017
Winds are whipping now- you add in a little of that snow and it's blustery for many. Take it easy on the roads. pic.twitter.com/YjzhM2cmuT
— Brianna DiPilato (@whec_bdipilato) February 13, 2017
— Stacey Pensgen (@spensgen) February 13, 2017
— Mark McLean (@Wxandgardenguy) February 13, 2017