The Southern Tier of New York and Northeast Pennsylvania are expected to get a bona fide taste of winter weather over the next several days.  The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 10 PM tonight (Monday) through Wednesday at 6 PM.

The advisory includes potential accumulations of 1-3 inches of snow beginning Monday night and continuing into the early or middle part of Tuesday morning.  Then additional snow is expected from late Tuesday afternoon through the day on Wednesday.  Accumulations could be between three and eight inches.

The snow will be amplified by an arctic frontal system that will move through the region with winds gusting up to 40 miles per hour.  This will bring snow squalls, slippery driving conditions and often reduced visibility for travelers.

Temperatures will also drop with Wednesday's high just 20 degrees.  The overnight low on Wednesday night is expected to be 13 degrees.

Tune in to News Radio 1290 WNBF for First News beginning at 530 AM Tuesday for the latest weather and travel news.  You can also learn more by going to wnbf.com.

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