(WKTV) - Roads will be slick for the Monday morning commute as the storm that brought snow across the Midwest will push into Northeast Sunday night into Monday.
Heavy snow will continue across Central New York Monday morning and taper off to light snow and snow showers by noon. Most areas will pick up 2"-4" of heavy wet snow.
The heavy snow is creating poor visibility and slick driving conditions. Motorists that are heading out this morning are advised to slow down and use caution.
Behind the low pressure system, winds will turn westerly and lake effect snow will begin to develop off of Lake Ontario in the afternoon on Monday.
Lake effect snow accumulations will be across Northern Oneida, Lewis and Northern Herkimer Counties Monday afternoon and early evening.
Another round of snow will fall Monday evening as an arctic front moves in. Winds turn Northwest Monday night, with another round of lake effect snow across Southern Oneida and Madison counties.
Behind the front, temperatures are going to fall quickly into the single digits Monday night and Tuesday with windy conditions. Winds between 15-30 mph will create white out conditions and wind chills between -5 to -15 on Tuesday.