A massive Nor'Easter will impact much of New York state over the next 24 hours and it will bring plenty of snow with it as well.

This massive snowstorm is expected to impact much of New York in the south and east and some areas could get up to a foot of snow from this storm.



A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Oswego and Jefferson counties starting at 8 pm tonight until 2 pm tomorrow.

It gets even worse for parts east of Oswego. A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for Lewis County from 8 pm tonight until 5 pm tomorrow evening. There is a chance of about a foot of snow around Tug Hill.

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Along with the possible snow, there could be heavy rounds of rain across the state as well. The good news is that we would see more Spring-like weather later this week.

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