There will be widespread snow showers and flurries in the Central New York area, according to meteorologist Peter Hall.
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You can track the precipitation anytime by watching its movement with the Triple Doppler Radar loop and zoom in with Interactive Doppler radar. Donâ??t forget to download the CNY Central mobile app free for Android and Apple devices. You will be able to track the radar and keep up to date with the forecast on your mobile device.
The intensity of the snow will vary from place to place. While most areas will at least see a trace to an inch or 2 of snow, some localized heavier snow squalls this morning will allow areas that receive the most persistent snow to get as much as 2 to 4 inches.
Much of this accumulation will occur by late this morning. Due to the March sun angle, snow that falls late morning through mid-afternoon will likely melt on many blacktop surfaces such as highways, especially over lower elevations.
Please drive carefully during your morning commute.
Todayâ??s high is expected to be 35 degrees with a low of 25.
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