Let's face it - we don't live in the perfect spot for huge winter storms. Yes, we certainly have had our fair share, but storms don't like to travel up the Appalachians. They either hook west, giving us plenty of moisture, but too warm for all snow. Or, they drift east, keeping us plenty cold, but not with that bulls eye of moisture. We need that good, prolonged deformation zone.
Ok, so this storm mid-week. There is still plenty of time between now and Wednesday, but I still think it's looking good for a decent snowfall. It looks like it's going to zip past us relatively quickly, so this won't be the "big one" but I think it'll be a good, plowable snow for us. Will we get some mixing in the Finger Lakes? Possibly, which will limit accumulations there. Those are my 2 cents. Scott should be chiming in tomorrow.