Lake-effect snow and snowstorm to adversely affect travel conditions across U.S.

 Tuesday, November 27, 2018 


Lake-effect snow along with the snowstorm will worsen travel conditions from Michigan and Indiana to New York state and Pennsylvania during the first half of this week.




The same storm that brought up to 18 inches of snow and near-zero visibility to parts of the Plains and Upper Midwest leading to cancellation of hundreds of flights at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport into early Monday will linger across the Great Lakes region through Tuesday.





The rain fell on parts the eastern Great Lakes region and central Appalachians during Monday, however, colder air and snow moved in on Monday night. It can bring light to moderate snow around the Great Lakes to the central Appalachians.




Motorists venturing along portions of Interstate 79, I-80, I-81, I-90 and I-196 should have their vehicle properly equipped for winter driving into Wednesday night.




Cities that might receive about 3-6 inches of snow into Wednesday include Cleveland and Buffalo, Rochester and Watertown, New York.




A general coating to a few inches of snow will fall from northern Indiana and Michigan to the mountains of West Virginia, western and northern Pennsylvania and central New York state.




Erie, Pennsylvania, and Syracuse, New York may get snowfall up to 6 inches.



Lake effect may persist in some areas of northeastern Ohio, northwestern Pennsylvania and western and northern New York state through Wednesday night and perhaps into Thursday morning.




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