Winter storm watch in effect for tomorrow night through Wednesday
A storm system creeping over the midwest could hit our region Tuesday night and bring up to a foot of snow. The National Weather Service out of Buffalo has issued a winter storm watch, in effect beginning tomorrow night.
A storm system tracking northeast from from Texas has the potential of producing a widespread 6 to 12 inches of snow across the area Tuesday night and Wednesday. The heaviest amounts are likely to be across the Southern Tier counties. It is still too early to be certain of these amounts. Remember, this is just a watch at this time. Warnings or advisories will be issued when we are more certain.
A watch is essentially the first alarm in the storm prediction business, so don't go warming up the generator yet.
Here's what we may have to look forward to—now looming ominously in the form of a wintry mix over Oklahoma and into Missouri.