Winter Storm Watch
Statement as of 04:09 AM EDT die 10o March, anno 2014
... Winter Storm Watch in effect from late Tuesday night through
The National Weather Service in Binghamton has issued a Winter
Storm Watch... which is in effect from late Tuesday night through
* Locations... all of central New York.
* Hazards... heavy snow may make travel extremely hazardous.
Blowing and drifting snow will develop Wednesday night into
Thursday with wind chills near to below zero.
* Accumulations... 7 inches or more possible.
* Timing... snow will develop early on Wednesday. The snow may mix
with or change to sleet briefly over south central New York...
then all snow is expected late Wednesday and Wednesday night.
* Temperatures... 30 to 35 Wednesday falling into the teens
* Winds... north 5 to 15 mph Wednesday becoming northwest and
increasing to 10 to 20 mph with higher gusts Wednesday night and
* Impacts... hazardous travel.
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect because heavy snow is a
possibility... but not a certainty. At this time... there is the
potential for snow accumulations of 7 inches or more. Travel
conditions could become hazardous... so it is important to monitor
the latest forecasts and statements if you are planning to travel
in the watch area.
Nearby Radar Stations
- Clark Mills
- Franklin Springs
- Holland Patent
- Lake Delta
- New Hartford
- New York Mills
- Oriskany Falls
- South Trenton
- Stanwix Heights
- Sylvan Beach
- Vernon Center
- Verona Beach
- Washington Mills
- West Schuyler