Written By: Scott Hetsko
This storm has surpassed even the higher end of our expectations last night. Towns near and North of 104 have recorded nearly 20" of snow and a few may end up with 24" by Friday morning. The city has a solid foot or more now with moderate snow and wind gusts near 30 mph at 8 p.m. We expect another solid 3-6" of fluffy snow to fall from 8 p.m. until 6 a.m. in the area with the highest amounts occurring in towns North of the thruway.
This event will probably go down as the one to remember this season given the duration and amounts. Roads will remain snow covered and slick through much of Friday even when the snow ends. Temperatures will stay in the single digits all day tomorrow with wind chills between 0 and -15. The record minimum high for Friday is 8 degrees set in 1981.
Stay safe and enjoy the storm you all wanted!