Written by John DiPasquale:
Hi All! Sorry I haven't gotten on here sooner, but have been rather busy updating website, graphics & looking at new information. For those of you that are raining &/or mixing in Southern Monroe & points south, you will most likely see your cold rain & mix go to all snow in the next hour or so, while areas east of Rochester north of the Thruway will see increasing snow intensity over the next couple hours. Near & south of the Thruway from near Farmington across the Finger Lakes will get into the snow & mix with a pretty quick changeover to all snow expected by the mid to late afternoon, as colder begins to overspread area with weak low transferring it's energy to rapidly intensifying nor'easter. Heaviest snow for most will occur between about 2 & 8 this evening, & a little later for the Central Finger Lakes region. The ride home late this afternoon into the early evening will be rough to say the least for all. Snow will slowly lighten later this evening & transition to lake enhancement & lake effect later tonight into the start of Saturday. The snow will also become fluffier tonight into the start of Saturday due to the colder air blowing in on gusty north winds. The sun will return come Saturday afternoon, while New England will likely be topping off the historic snow totals out there, upwards of 2 or 3 feet in portions of Southern New England!! Enjoy snow lovers & be careful if you have to head this afternoon or tonight!