The National Weather Service in Buffalo issued a winter storm warning from 6 p.m. this evening to 2 a.m. Thursday. Travel could become hard, especially at night.
Another system on Tuesday night will bring minor snow accumulations to Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee, mainly in the higher elevations.
One to two inches of snow were expected north of I-85 across the northern Piedmont, in Vance and Warren counties.More news: Serena Williams: 'My room for improvement is incredible'
Areas affected include: Sullivan County, Tennessee and Lee, Wise, Scott, Russell and Washington counties in Virginia.
Travel will be hard, including the morning and evening commutes on Wednesday, the weather service said.
Surface temperatures hovering around freezing should keep accumulation totals down. Drivers should expect roads to be slippery and visibility to be limited at some points Monday and Tuesday.More news: Enraged Lille fans spark riot, invade pitch, assault team
The most intense snow showers will be along Lake Huron.
A winter storm warning goes into effect at 8 tonight for most of Central New York, where 7 to 15 inches of snow could fall over about 36 hours. Locations in our North Zone will see snow linger for longer than the remainder of the area.More news: Trump fires Tillerson, a moderate; replaces him with hawkish spy chief Pompeo
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