Lake Effect Snow Advisory For Cortland County

The National Weather Service has declared a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Sussex and Warren counties, saying "snow on Thursday morning may make travel hazardous at times".

Heavy Lake Effect snow is expected beginning Friday morning and continuing into the evening hours. The potential is for 3-6 inches of snow, but the most likely scenario is a few inches. They can gust to 25 miles per hour Thursday night and up to 30 miles per hour Friday. Low temperatures will drop to 34 degrees overnight, forecasters said.

The Advisory is for the period of 7 am Friday to 1 am Saturday. According to the National Weather Service, near whiteout conditions are possible in the areas receiving the larger amounts of snowfall.

Allegany County is under a lake-effect snow advisory.

The colder air blowing over the lake is causing lake effect snow showers east of Lake Ontario today. Slight winds are predicted each day and night.

Lake effect snow and windy.

Though it's dry across most of New Jersey early this morning, that's about to change.

Thursday will see a high of 44 and a nighttime low of 29 under partly cloudy skies.

For Monday, when the Blues are to play Chicago outdoors at Busch Stadium, the Weather Service calls for a 60 percent chance of rain and a high near 52.