Track when the nor'easter will leave Southern Tier; how many inches of snow will fall?
A nor'easter brought significant accumulating snowfall to the Southern and Western Tiers on Monday with up to 18 inches forecasted in certain locations.
The National Weather Service reported a winter storm warning hazardous weather outlook for southern and central New York.
Snow with accumulations will continue through Tuesday night.
NEW YORK SNOW FORECAST:How much snow will you get? Expected storm totals for every region
How many inches of snow?
Parts of the area could see accumulations of 12 to 18 inches through Tuesday night during the winter storm.
According to the National Weather Service:
Binghamton: 12-18 inches
Elmira: 12-18 inches
Ithaca: 12-18 inches
Deposit: 10 inches
Hornell: 3 inches
Wellsville: 1-2 inches
Dansville: 4-6 inches
Corning: 7 inches
Bath: 8-12 inches
Monticello: 18-24 inches
Delhi: 8-12 inches
Oneonta: 8 inches
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