How much snow will New York get Sunday and Monday? See projected inch counts

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First came the cold. Now comes the snow.

Snow is expected to be sweep across New York from Sunday evening to Monday morning. Wind gusts could reach 40 mph.

The system will make its way to the Northeast after it brought more than a foot of snow to parts of the Midwest, snow and ice to the Carolinas and a tornado with 118 mph winds in Florida.

Almost 250,000 million homes and businesses lost power in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. The storm could impact up to 100 million people.

The low pressure is tracking along the coast and the heaviest snows will be in the western part of the state. Buffalo could get more than a foot and a half of snow.

New York City is expected to get less than an inch of snow.

Rochester: Winter storm warning issued for region. Projected snowfall totals increased

Hudson Valley: Fierce winter weather weekend as bitter cold, snow set to hit area

Southern Tier: Deep freeze returns, followed by snow on MLK Day

Estimated snow totals for the storm for Jan. 16 to Jan. 18, 2022.
Estimated snow totals for the storm for Jan. 16 to Jan. 18, 2022.

How much snow is forecast in New York?

Here's what the National Weather Service is calling for as of Sunday morning:

Albany County

Albany: 2-7

Allegany County

Wellsville: 6-14

Broome County

Binghamton: 3-8

Endicott: 3-9

Cayuga County

Auburn: 6-14

Chautauqua County

Dunkirk: 11-22

Chemung County

Big Flats: 5-13

Elmira: 5-13

Columbia County

Hudson: 2-6

Dutchess County

Poughkeepsie: Less than 1 to 3

Erie County

Buffalo: 11-23

Essex County

Lake Placid: 6-12

Genesee County

Batavia: 11-21

Greene County

Hunter: 7-13

Herkimer County

Herkimer: 4-6

Ilion: 4-9

Monroe County

Rochester: 11-20

Niagara County

Niagara Falls: 10-23

Oneida County

Boonville: 5-11

Rome: 4-9

Utica: 3-8

Onondaga County

Baldwinsville: 6-14

Syracuse: 5-11

Rockland County

Nanuet: 1-3

Nyack: 1-3

Suffern: 1-4

Tappan: Less than 1 to 3

Ontario County

Canandaigua: 8-17

Orange County

Goshen: 1-5

Middletown: 2-5

Newburgh: 1-4

Warwick: 2-5

West Point: 1-5

Putnam County

Brewster: Less than 1 to 4

Carmel: Less than 1 to 4

Cold Spring: 1-4

Mahopac: Less than 1 to 4

Saratoga County

Saratoga Springs: 3-8

Schuyler County

Watkins Glen: 6-14

Schoharie County

Cobleskill: 4-10

Seneca County

Seneca Falls: 7-15

Steuben County

Bath: 7-16

Hornell: 8-16

Sullivan County

Monticello: 4-8

Tompkins County

Ithaca: 5-12

Westchester County

Dobbs Ferry: Less than 1 to 2

New Rochelle: 0-1

Peekskill: 1-4

Port Chester: 0-1

Rye: 0-1

Tarrytown: Less than 1 to 3

White Plans: Less than 1 to 2

Yonkers: Less than 1 to 2

Wayne County

Newark: 8-18

Wyoming County

Warsaw: 10-19

Yates County

Penn Yan: 8-16

This article originally appeared on Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin: New York snow forecast: How much snow is your area calling for?

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