After Monday's significant lake-effect snow event, we have the coldest air of the season here. And we have lighter lake-effect snow showers this morning, which could lead to a slow commute.

What You Need To Know

  • Lake-effect snow shifts south of Lake Ontario this morning

  • Brutal wind chills from 15 to 30 below zero are expected

  • Lake-effect snow and cold temperatures could make roadways slick

Due to shifting winds, any lake-effect snow bands developing southeast of Lake Ontario and the Finger Lakes will become more disorganized and weaker.

Some spots could see another 3 to 6 inches, making for a slippery morning commute. Plus, winds will still be strong enough for blowing and drifting snow.

As the day goes on the last of the lake-effect snow will finally taper off. It's still going to be a cold one all around though.

The brunt of that Arctic air will be felt this morning as wind chill values get as low as -20 to -35 degrees.

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