Weather Alert

High Impact Heavy to Major Snow Storm Late Tonight Through Monday

A fine light snow will break out between 8pm and 10pm this evening becoming steadier and heavier especially after 2-3am on Monday.  Up to 6" of snow is likely in many areas by 7-8am Monday. Snowfall rates at times of 1"-2"/Hr are likely from Monday morning through the early afternoon with snow becoming lighter later in the day, ending between 8pm and 10pm Monday night. A combination of the cold, heavy snow, and greatly reduced visibility at times will create particularly dangerous travel conditions, especially Monday morning. Storm total snowfall is expected to range from 8"-14" with pockets of 14"+ by Monday evening.


Weather Alert Radar

Below is a breakout list of the really big or unusually noteworthy or unique storms that have impacted eastern New York and western New England since 1992. The write-ups will include a general storm synopsis as well as rainfall, snowfall, wind, and severe weather reports.

If you do not find the storm you are looking for in this list, click on the "Historical Data" link in the main weather navigation bar and search the daily database by year, month, day, and also by monthly summary. Included in the database are descriptions of each day's weather, including temperature, rainfall and/or snowfall amounts as well as storm summarys for any significant weather events.


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