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21 minutes ago, BuffaloWeather said:

Pretty big difference between Blasdell and Hamburg on Thruway cams


There is but none of the cameras show one area with a lot of snow...this is definitely elevation dependent...im going to rake the extra leaves later as there is no snow accums in Williamsville at all.

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4 minutes ago, Thinksnow18 said:

There is but none of the cameras show one area with a lot of snow...this is definitely elevation dependent...im going to rake the extra leaves later as there is no snow accums in Williamsville at all.

We were never supposed to get any accumulation at lower elevations til after dark last night. Call was for dusting to an inch at best by 5pm today. We’ll see how tonight unfolds and we may end up with nothing again but I know up until now nothing was forecasted to stick at lower elevations. 

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NWS definitely added more mixing and warmer temperatures to the forecast..

Still all snow forecasted here but just a few miles west R/S the entire event..

Same goes for the Fulton area, much more mixing introduced..

My forecast went from 5”-10” to 3”-7”..

Snowing pretty good out at the moment, big fat wet flakes..

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After changing to rain during the mid day the precipitation has gone back to snow and it’s starting to accumulate. Temperature is back down to 33 and I see no problem getting to freezing once the sun sets. If it snows at this rate overnight we should have several inches by morning. 

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6 hours ago, CNY_WX said:

Southern Cayuga-Onondaga-Madison-Southern Oneida-Cortland-
Including the cities of Auburn, Syracuse, Hamilton, Oneida, Rome,
Utica, and Cortland
1059 AM EST Tue Nov 27 2018


* WHAT...Heavy snow. Additional snow accumulations of 3 to 6
  inches in the valleys and 6 to 12 inches in the higher
  elevations. Winds gusting as high as 30 mph.

* WHERE...Southern Cayuga, Onondaga, Madison, Southern Oneida
  and Cortland Counties.

* WHEN...Snow will continue through the afternoon with heavier
  snow expected tonight and Wednesday morning. Snow intensities
  will be less than 1 inch per hour during the afternoon with
  between 1 and 2 inches per hour tonight and Wednesday morning.
  Snow will taper in intensity Wednesday afternoon.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Travel could be very difficult to
  impossible mainly over the higher terrain areas. Areas of
  blowing snow could significantly reduce visibility. The
  hazardous conditions could impact the morning or evening
  commute. Interstate 81 between Syracuse and Marathon could
  become very dangerous especially over the higher terrain.


Wow, just woke up, and I wasn't expecting this, but itrs certainly great news! There's a ton of moisture coming our way the next 36hrs or so!

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East of Lake Ontario...amounts will be substantially lower given
a more unfavorable northwesterly flow regime...however most areas
there should still pick up an additional 3 to 6 inches...with
localized amounts of up to 10 inches possible across the Tug Hill/
western Adirondack foothills due to orographic enhancement. Given
the above and the latest available snowfall reports for this region...
have elected to stick with the existing Winter Weather Advisory
there for now.

Southeast of Lake Ontario...the environment will also become
marginally cold enough for some areas of weak lake enhancement to
develop this evening and then continue through the rest of the night
and Wednesday...with this likely supporting accumulations of 3 to 6
inches from eastern Monroe county eastward to southern Oswego
county. Given marginal surface temperatures Wednesday afternoon...
the bulk of the accumulation should come between tonight and the
first half of Wednesday...for which yet another Winter Weather
Advisory remains in effect.

Outside of the above areas...the rest of the region should see a
general 2-4"/3-5" between now and the end of Wednesday...with
marginal temperatures again helping to keep the bulk of any accums
confined to tonight and Wednesday morning. In addition to the snow...
gusty westerly to northwesterly winds are still expected through much
of the period...which will allow for at least some blowing snow at
times. Given the combination of this and the expected snowfall
amounts above...Winter Weather Advisories also remain in effect
for most of the rest of the region...save for Niagara and
Orleans counties where overall snowfall amounts should be lowest.
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