Christmas holiday travel continues for at least one more day and it may come with some slippery slopes. The National Weather Service has issued a freezing rain advisory for mid-morning to early afternoon today (12/26).
Based on the weather of the past couple of weeks, it looks like we are in for a long, cold winter. If that is the case, there's a chance you'll step outside one day to a car that won't start. Temperatures in the teens and lower can easily kill your battery...
It's officially winter in Central New York! Although the weather hasn't been too cold for us yet, the frigid temperatures will be here soon. Here's how you can stay warm whether it's 35-degrees or 5-below.
Winter is still days away, but you wouldn't know that in many areas here in Upstate New York. Several lake effect storms have dumped over 90 inches of snow in some places. The town of Osceola in the Tug Hill area of Lewis County has received just under 91 inches so far this season...
As if the snow isn't bad enough, we'll be dealing with bitterly cold temperatures and windy conditions that will blow that snow all over the road. The National Weather Service has issued a Lake Effect Snow Advisory and a Wind Chill Advisory until Friday.
Even if you don't take a lot of out of town trips during the winter, it is easy to accidently slide of a road or ramp in heavy snow. People have actually died because they became stranded with no one nearby to help and they weren't prepared for the cold.
Winter may be a week away but someone didn't tell Mother Nature. Snow, freezing rain and bitterly cold temperatures are on the way in central New York. The National Weather Service has issued a Lake Effect Snow Watch from Wednesday night through Friday morning.