New York state will see a mixed bag of weather Tuesday.
Portions of Western and Central New York will see a third straight day of snow, with a lake effect system adding up to 3 more inches on top of what everyone received from the weekend storm.
Strong winds and cold temperatures mean a brisk start Tuesday in the Capitol Region, with wind chills going as low as minus 14 in Indian Lake in the Adirondacks.
The mildest weather in New York state will be seen in the lower Hudson Valley on Tuesday, where sunny skies and cooler-than-average temperatures are expected. But blustery conditions are expected throughout the region, with gusts up to 40 mph.
'Saskatchewan Screamer': What was behind the fierce winter storm?
Minor lake effect snow from Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, and even Lake Huron will continue to produce areas of snow this morning across Western and Central NY. The lake effect snow will weaken and end later today. #NYwx pic.twitter.com/J21DchYn3t
— NWS Buffalo (@NWSBUFFALO) January 18, 2022
Scattered lake effect snow showers this morning. Localized blowing snow due to NW winds 10-20 MPH. Highs 15-25°F today for most. A warm front pushes through tonight with a few snow showers in CNY. Then, milder & mostly cloudy with a chc for rain/snow showers Wednesday #NYWX #PAWX pic.twitter.com/y04pr1Lc9G
— NWS Binghamton (@NWSBinghamton) January 18, 2022
— NWS Albany (@NWSAlbany) January 18, 2022
As high pressure settles in from the WNW, today will be mostly sunny yet cooler than average with gusts up to 40 mph at times. Winds will subside later this evening. 💨 #NYwx #NJwx #CTwx pic.twitter.com/vqDrVEGLRi
— NWS New York NY (@NWSNewYorkNY) January 18, 2022
New York snow storm totals
Here are updated inch counts in New York:
Short Tract: 12
Whitney Point 10
Red Hook: 4.0
Buffalo Airport: 20.6
Grand Island: 17.0
Orchard Park: 16.0
Le Roy: 11.5
Indian Lake: 13.0
Honeoye Falls: 12.8
Rochester Airport: 10.0
New York County
Central Park: 1.35
Midtown Manhattan: 1.77
Niagara Falls: 20.0
Bristol Harbor: 17.8
New Hartford: 6.1
Port Jervis: 8.4
Ballston Spa: 7.0
Saratoga Springs: 5.0
Watkins Glen: 8.0
St. Lawrence County
New Paltz: 7.0
Glens Falls: 3.8
Stony Creek: 16.0
New Rochelle: 0.7
This article originally appeared on Observer-Dispatch: New York snow totals: How much has fallen in every region