First snow sticks for some " Look!
Fri, 22 Oct 2010 15:04:25 GMT —
I have been telling you that it was coming. All week I was mentioning that Friday morning could be a little interesting in areas that live in the higher elevations south of Syracuse and the Thruway corridor. Specifically, I mentioned some very light snow accumulation of a coating to up to 1 on lawns of the higher hills of central and southern Cayuga, southern Onondaga, southern Madison, northern Cortland, northern Chenango, and Otsego counties. It looks like the forecast was on target. I have received 2 pictures from our weather watchers that reside in those areas. The first one was from Ed Caro in Tully and the second was from Douglas Trush in the town of Nelson. Official National Weather Service reports show Morrisville received 0.6" of snow and Freetown in Cortland county received 0.1". Maybe you took a digital picture of the snow this morning. If you did, we would love to see it
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