While no major hazardous weather event is being anticipated, the National Weather Service in Binghamton is advising residents that there could be a little bit of snow to complicate travel overnight November 18-19.

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In a Hazardous Weather Statement, NOAA says: “Light snow will develop tonight and could produce a quick 1 to 2 inches in some of the higher elevations of central New York. Be aware of potentially slippery roads.”

The forecast is calling for less than a half inch of snow accumulation and a fifty percent chance of precipitation overnight November 18.

The National Weather Service puts the probability of precipitation at 30 percent on November 19 with less than a half inch of accumulation.  Wind could also be an issue tomorrow with gusts as high as 25 miles per hour in the forecast.

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