After a beautiful Saturday with plenty of sunshine, clouds and snow return for Sunday. A weather system that is currently over the southeast, will slide northward along the east coast. Eventually, it will move past our area tomorrow.
Quiet early tonight with mostly clear skies and lows in the single digits. Then this system will bring more clouds overnight. The snow doesn't arrive until late Sunday morning around 9-10am.
As the snow begins Sunday morning, it will be light and scattered under cloudy skies. The snow will become more widespread by noon. It stays that way until Sunday evening as this weather system moves further north away from our area. However, the chance for
snow will continue Sunday evening and overnight as a cold Northwest wind develops and produces lake effect snow showers.
Eventually, this lake effect snow tapers off by Monday morning with mostly cloudy skies.
Overall, only a light snowfall accumulation is expected on Sunday. Around 2-4" in the higher elevations of the North Country. Only about 1-2" for the Mohawk Valley and Southern Valleys. Keep the brush handy if you'll be out and about on Sunday! A better chance for snowfall accumulation arrives on Tuesday, when you may need to get out the shovel. Stay tuned!