Radar imagery this morning is showing the bulk of the precipitation from this storm system now east of the Finger Lakes, with light snow showers stretching back into western New York.
While the bulk of the storm may be over, the central and eastern Finger Lakes especially may not be out of the woods yet. Short term model guidance is showing a reintensification of the snow this morning. I believe the models are showing this due to low pressure over Pennsylvania slowing down and stretching towards the northeast while some extra moisture subtly works in from the southeast.
I am a bit skeptical that this will happen quite to the degree the models show, but I do think a couple extra inches may be possible through this afternoon. Further west, accumulations should be minimal.
As dry air works in behind this system, conditions will become unfavorable for snowflake growth within the clouds. In the lower levels of the atmosphere, however, moisture will remain trapped. The result will be some freezing drizzle tonight and overnight, which could make things a bit slick.
Most of Tuesday and Wednesday should be fairly quiet before an arctic front becomes our next weather story for Thursday.
Please let me know how much snow you have gotten from this storm. With the complexity and low confidence the forecasts had, the more data there is to process, the more I may be able to learn! Thank you!