The Finger Lakes will be brushed by a nor’easter on Wednesday that will dump heavy snow across a number of major travel routes on the busiest travel day of the year.Low pressure will begin to develop tonight as it moves north along the east coast, feeding off of a fresh supply of cool air from the west and the warm air over the Gulf Stream current.
Except for areas immediately along the coast, this storm should be all snow.
Snow will start in the morning across the Mid-Atlantic before moving into northern Pennsylvania and southern New England by Midday. The heaviest part of the storm will be Wednesday afternoon across much of New England.
This is not a super strong storm, but its timing could not be worse. Thankfully, it will be quick moving and, by Thanksgiving morning, most areas will be clear of the snow.