Lake effect snow moving through Mohawk Valley region

(WKTV) - Lake effect snow bands are moving through the Central New York Region Saturday afternoon. Lake effect snow advisory have been issued for for Northern Oneida and Northern Herkimer Counties and a warning has been issued for Lewis County.

Heavy lake effect snow is continuing across Northern Herkimer, Lewis and Oswego counties. This lake effect band will begin to become disorganized as it moves to the south during the late morning and early afternoon.

Many areas in Central New York are expected to pick up accumulating snow, as lake effect snow drops south. Snow looks to begin in the valley during the afternoon before moving south, out of the viewing area. It will be breezy and cold, with wind gusts between 25-30mph.

Snow diminishes Saturday night, as drier air moves in. We will see another round of light lake effect snow Sunday morning as a lake effect band quickly moves to the north during the day.

Light accumulation is expected. Drier and quieter weather will return by Sunday evening and Monday morning.

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