Syracuse, N.Y. - Much of Central New York is in for more snow.
Winter Weather Advisory expanded to cover all of Western and North Central NY for a long duration of accumulating snow and blowing snow. Greatest accumulations will focus east and southeast of Lakes Erie and Ontario. Be prepared for snow covered roads and poor visibility. #nywx pic.twitter.com/lVvSiRcA1y— NWS Buffalo (@NWSBUFFALO) March 13, 2018
Starting this afternoon, a winter weather advisory goes into effect and forecasters say parts of the region could see a foot or more of snow. In some spots north of Syracuse through the Tug Hill plateau it wouldn't be a shock to see snowfall closer to two feet.
"It's complicated" for #pawx #nywx. See our briefing at https://t.co/pCBJMoySY0 for detailed snowfall maps. Put your city/zip into https://t.co/dv9aDpJ43M or https://t.co/wwk3K8Rive for specific forecast at your location.— NWS Binghamton (@NWSBinghamton) March 13, 2018
The advisory will be in effect until Thursday morning. High winds with heavy snowfall will make it harder to see and is expected to make driving extremely treacherous.