Eastern NY in line for heavy snow, up to 16 inches

Created: 02/13/2014 6:40 AM WHEC.com

Eastern New York is in line for some heavy snow, with the National Weather Service warning of 8 to 16 inches accumulating by Friday morning and near white-out conditions at time.
The weather service says the storm is expected to hit late Thursday morning and continue into Friday morning, with snowfall rates possibly exceeding 3 inches per hour Thursday night.
A winter storm warning is in effect from Schoharie through Warren counties, with the heaviest snow around the Albany area and Schoharie Valley.
The mid-Hudson Valley and eastern Catskills are also under a storm warning with 10 to 20 inches predicted. The higher amounts are most likely in the mountains.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for central New York and the Finger Lakes, where 2 to 5 inches is forecast.

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Winter Weather Advisory

NY AREAS AFFECTED: Chemung; Schuyler; Seneca; Steuben; Yates
Expires: 1/27/2015 7:00 AM


20° | 8°
  • Feels like: 9° F
  • Wind: ENE 10mph
  • Humidity: 85%
  • Tue Mostly cloudy
    19° | 13°
  • Wed Times of sun and clouds
    25° | 10°
  • Thu A few afternoon snow showers
    30° | 12°
  • Fri Snow showers early
    23° | 15°