The National Weather Service in Binghamton says the region could see another wet wintry mix similar to last week’s downpour followed by freezing temperatures.
While the path and exact precipitation is still unclear, forecasters say they’re growing increasingly confident that a significant storm will hit Upstate New York by mid-week.
Forecasters say the storm would be similar to last week when a wintry mix precipitation trekked across the state dumping snow in western New York and heavy rain in Central New York and the Capital District.
Last week’s storm brought 18 inches of snow to Rochester, 5 inches of snow and 2 inches of rain to Syracuse, rain and 50-degree temperatures to Albany.
Behind the storm, a patch of Arctic air will move into Upstate New York bringing with the chance for lake effect snow.