After a cold and snowy winter, you might be wondering what the spring of 2014 had in store for Central New York. The overnight hours of Tuesday April 8 brought our area its first taste of a thunderstorm.
Let's take a look back at the wonderful winter wonderland we just spent the last six months living in. After two nice days in a row in Central New York, we thought we'd share this Michael Coleman video with you to help us kiss winter 2013/2014 good-bye forever!
A major late winter snowstorm has hit the East Coast affecting Washington, DC and Philadelphia. Since the snow hit on St. Patrick's Day 2014, it's no surprise that #SnowPatricksDay is now trending on Twitter.
Living in Central New York for the past two decades, I'm really not sure why we all flip out when any amount of snow falls. I for one, love the way it looks while falling, the way it looks as it blankets everything in sight
A late winter storm has brought blizzard conditions to much of Western New York, especially along the Lake Ontario shoreline. Watch these incredible videos of the Western New York Blizzard of March 12, 2014.
It's called Winter Storm Vulcan and it may pack quite a punch. Forecasts now call for 10-16 inches of snow. Earlier predictions had it arriving tonight, but now the National Weather Serviceis forecasting it to arrive early afternoon. Click for snowfall map forecast details.
Don't put the snow blower and shovel up yet, the National Weather Servicehas upgraded the Winter Storm Watch to a Winter Storm Warning. And the upgrade comes with 8 to 14 inches of snow and below zero wind chills. Click for the details
Spring is near right? We made the switch to Daylight Savings Time and Bonomo's in Kirkland opened are just a couple of the things that indicates it's true. Apparently Mother Nature isn't paying attention. The National Weather Servicehas a Winter Storm Watch click for the details.
What seems like the winter that will never end continues with more Lake Effect Snow, especially for Northern Oneida county. A Lake Effect Snow Advisory in effect today and a Lake Effect Snow Watch for tomorrow.Click for details.
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