Here Are Expected Weekend Snow Totals For New York
Another massive snowstorm is sweeping across the United States this week and New York will not be spared from the snow.
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It has been a snowy Winter already and more of that winter stuff is coming our way and it looks like much of the state will see plenty of snow. From Western New York to the state capital and even "The City" will see snow tomorrow through Saturday.
Most of the state will be in a Winter Weather Advisory and depending on where you live you could see travel to work or school impacted by the snow on Friday.
Here is what we can expect in terms of snowfall across the State.
Buffalo - Buffalo could see around 4 to 7 inches of snow between Friday and Saturday.
Rochester - Rochester could see around 4 to 7 inches of snow between Friday and Saturday.
Syracuse - Syracuse could see around 7 to 10 inches of snow between Friday and Saturday.
Binghamton - Binghamton could see around 4 to 6 inches of snow between Friday and Saturday.
Albany - Albany could see around 8 to 12 inches of snow between Friday and Saturday.
New York City - NYC could see around 1 to 3 inches of snow between Friday and Saturday.
Currently, Buffalo is the only major city in New York that has above average snowfall this Winter. Buffalo has gotten around 80 inches of snow this season which is around 5 inches more than the yearly average for the area.
Rochester has already had gotten 68 inches of snow, Syracuse 51 inches, Binghamton 39 inches, and Albany 18 inches.