The second Alberta clipper could produce another few inches of snow across the region overnight Wednesday through dawn Thursday.
"A clipper system brought 2 to 6" of wet snow for most of central NY late Monday night into this morning.
A Winter Weather Advisory and a Wind Advisory are in effect for Ashe and Watauga County Tuesday.
Following a heavy coating of snow last night and early this morning, we brace for the next wave of snowfall, this time coming off of Lake Ontario. There's the potential for more lake-effect bands in the area, with multiple models converging on the possibility of one heavier band lining up along western portions of the lakeshore, extending into Lorain and Medina counties, pointing southeast. Winds could gust as high as 55 miles per hour, so any falling snow could make driving conditions tricky.
"Most likely, any effects in the metro will be limited to reduced visibility, briefly wet roads and perhaps some motorist surprise at a brief burst of snow flakes out of the sky", forecasters noted Tuesday afternoon. The heaviest snow is expected between I-69 and I-94. between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
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Accumulation of more than 10 inches are possible over that period in southern Erie, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus and Wyoming counties.
- Winter storm warnings for much of CNY through Wednesday. The wind chill may possibly reach minus 3 degrees by evening.
That will make the skiers in the area happy, as Holiday Valley began making snow again Friday in the hopes of keeping it open throughout the season.
After Wednesday we're not quite in the clear from the cold and snowiness.