According to the National Weather Service in Binghamton, the snow begins late Monday night, continuing through Tuesday morning. Several inches of snow are expected before snow winds down into the afternoon.
Travel could be tricky in central and upstate New York. The National Weather Service has issued weather advisories and Lake Effect Snow warnings for a storm that could bring snow squalls with near white out conditions.
Halloween is barely over, and the first Winter Weather Advisory and Winter Storm Watch has been issued for Central New York - including Utica, Rome and Syracuse. Some areas could see as much as 9 inches of snow.