Travel advisories continued into the morning in neighboring Cayuga and Tompkins counties, with both Sheriff David Gould and Ken Lansing urging no unnecessary travel. (Update: Cayuga County has lifted its travel advisory)
The Lake snow band that was burying Cortland County shifted toward Ithaca.
Something to remember for Wednesday: The National Weather service predicts a light wintry mix, possibly including some ice Wednesday night into early Thanksgiving morning.
Even though Homer Schools are closed Tuesday the Board of Education meeting scheduled for Tuesday night at 6:30 will be held. In Tully, parent-teacher conferences scheduled for Tuesday afternoon will continue.
I-81 in Cortland County was closed at a few different locations briefly Monday because of accidents. Last night, on 81 North just north of Homer a couple of tractor-trailers jackknifed or skidded off the road. Tow crews got them on their way quickly.
It was difficult for the plows to keep up with the snow coming so fast, and being blown by strong winds.
Storm totals from the National Weather Service as of early Tuesday: 24-inches Binghamton, 18″ West Danby, 31″ Chittenango and 31″ Auburn.
National Grid had a handful of customers without power in McGraw this morning, after a vehicle slid off the road into a utility pole early today.