WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - All of northern New York is under a winter storm warning, as of Monday afternoon. That’s according to the National Weather Service.
The snow is forecast to start during the day, and accumulate between 1 and 3 inches, with Lewis County getting slightly more than Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties.
The real snow comes Monday night, where up to 10 inches could fall in Jefferson and Lewis counties, and up to 11 inches in upper St. Lawrence County.
The snow tapers off Tuesday morning - the winter storm warning expires at 9 AM Tuesday in Jefferson and Lewis counties and a little later, 1 PM, in upper St. Lawrence County.
The snow will be followed by very cold weather. The overnight low Tuesday could get down as low as 4 degrees in Lewis County. Wednesday night will be warmer, but not warm by any means, with a low of about 10.