Satellite photo shows 'cloud streets,' lake effect snow over MI

  • Satellite photo shows 'cloud streets,' lake effect snow over MI

Satellite photo shows 'cloud streets,' lake effect snow over MI

Heavy lake-effect snow will remain in place over the Great Lakes snowbelts, with some areas likely to see multiple feet of additional snowfall by the time this lake-effect snow factory shuts down Wednesday.

Erie, Pennsylvania, has already been hit with 65.1 inches of snow since Christmas Eve.

Lorraine Volunteer Fire Company Inc.

The snow blanketed several states - including New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and MI.

This morning brought bitter cold temperatures to the Northeast.

Meanwhile, a wind chill advisory goes into effect at 10 p.m. for much of the Buckeye State and lasts through Wednesday morning.

A frozen fountain during cold winter weather in Bryant Park, Dec. 27, 2017, in New York City.

A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for southern Cayuga, Onondaga, Tompkins, Cortland, Seneca, Oswego and Wayne counties until noon.

Wind chills are expected to stay below 0 all day Thursday across New England and only reach the single digits in New York City and Philadelphia.

And it will be sunny most of those days. Wind chill values could range from 15 to at times 20 below zero in these areas. Temperatures are expected to remain frigid through the weekend.

Wind chills during the night from December 31 to January 1 may reach minus 12 degrees in Boston, minus 7 degrees in Chicago and minus 31 degrees in Minneapolis. High temperatures in the upper single digits to mid-teens will be commonplace across central NY right through at least the first part of next week kicking off 2018.