Vermont, New York gears up for several inches of snow

Snow will arrive Thursday and evening bringing with it a steady snowfall that will last through Friday morning before tapering off into patchy snow showers. Most of northern New York and Vermont will see a widespread accumulation of 4 to 8 inches through Thursday night through Friday morning. Mountainous regions could see up to 8-12 inches of snow. View the expected total snowfall in your city. Snowfall will be moderate to heavy overnight, but there could be a lull in the storm during the morning commute, according to First Weather Meteorologist Ben Frechtette. However, intermittent snow showers should increase again and continue until the evening commute. Expect plows to fail and the roads to be heavily trafficked. Road conditions are expected to be slick, making travel difficult throughout the day. Here is an updated list of school delays and cancellations. Click on the slideshow below for a localized list of snow totals. Snowfall TimelineSnow is expected to begin falling as early as 5 p.m. Thursday in parts of the Adirondacks and southern Vermont. After a brief lull in action at sunrise on Friday, another round of lighter snow develops later in the morning. Some areas, particularly western Clinton County and southern Essex County, NY, could see between 8 and 12 inches of snow through Thursday through Friday. Parts of southern Vermont might also see 8-12 inches. Another storm (or two?) Saturday will be sunny but another storm is likely to hit the region Sunday night into Monday night. This could bring heavier snow to southern Vermont. Later in the week there is another storm threat coming Wednesday and Thursday. Follow the weather team on Facebook: Tyler Jankoski | Ben Frechette | Matt DiLoreto

Snow will arrive Thursday and evening bringing with it steady snowfall that will continue throughout Friday morning before tapering off into patchy snow showers.

Most of northern New York and Vermont will see a widespread accumulation of 4 to 8 inches over the course of Thursday night through Friday morning. Mountainous regions could see up to 8-12 inches of snow.

View the expected total snowfall in your city.

Snowfall will be moderate to heavy overnight, but there could be a lull in the storm during the morning commute, according to First Weather forecaster Ben Frechette. However, intermittent snow showers should increase again and continue until the evening commute.

Expect plows and hard rides on roads. Road conditions are expected to be slick, making travel difficult throughout the day. Here is an updated list of school delays and cancellations.

Click on the slideshow below for a localized list of snow totals.

Snowfall Timeline

Snow is expected to fall in parts of the Adirondacks and southern Vermont as early as 5 p.m. Thursday. After a brief lull in action at sunrise on Friday, another round of lighter snow develops later in the morning.

Some areas, particularly western Clinton County and southern Essex County, NY, could see between 8 and 12 inches of snow over the course of Thursday and Friday. Portions of southern Vermont could also see 8-12 inches.

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Another storm (or two?)

Saturday will be sunny but another storm is likely to hit the region on Sunday night. This could bring heavier snow to southern Vermont.

Later in the week, another storm opportunity appears next Wednesday and Thursday.

Follow the weather team on Facebook: Tyler Jankoski | Ben Frechette | Matt DiLoreto

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