A low pressure system moved through Central New York Saturday evening. First, we received rounds of heavy rain behind a warm front. Then, a cold front made its way across the state Saturday night. Behind this cold front, the rain transitioned to snow showers and gusty winds developed.
These snow showers will persist overnight and into Sunday. The wind will be coming off the East end of Lake Ontario, which will continue these lake effect showers. A Winter Weather Advisory and High Wind Advisory is in effect for these snow showers and gusty winds, which will create areas of low visibility snow covered roads.
These lake effect snow showers end Sunday night as the wind slowly decreases. Overall, snowfall totals will vary across the state with the heaviest amounts for areas closer to Lake Ontario.
Here's a look at your detailed snowfall forecast from 11pm Saturday to 11pm Sunday. Only a trace to 1 inch near Cooperstown, but up to 5 to 7 inches in areas around Camden and further North.
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