Precipitation will become more mixed tonight with areas of snow, sleet, freezing rain and even just plain rain showers for a time for across parts of Central New York and the Southern Tier. The North Country will primarily be impacted by snow with areas of sleet/freezing rain. Whether it's snow covered roads or icy conditions, this mix will continue to make for difficult and slower than average travel conditions.

Tonight’s Temps:

    Central New York: climbing through the 20s/30s

    North Country: climbing through the 10s/20s/30s

    Southern Tier: 20s/30s

Snowfall totals:



Wednesday is a windy day, with scattered snow showers. A response from Lake Ontario will also produce lake effect snow east of the lake. Highs will be in the 20s and 30s.

Lake effect snow will drop southeast of Lake Ontario into Thursday morning but quieter conditions will develop with highs in the 20s and 30s.

After another wintry-mixed event on Friday with highs closer to 40 degrees, colder temperatures make a comeback this weekend.