PULASKI, N.Y. -- Whiteout conditions signaled the arrival of a winter storm in Central and Northern New York. Pulaski saw a blast of heavy snow that hit just after 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Our meteorologists tell us northern Oswego, Southern Jefferson, Lewis and northern Oneida counties will be most affected by the storm.
Six to twelve inches could fall in the most persistent areas. And with snowfall rates of one to two inches per hour, it's important to slow your vehicle down.
"A lot of people around here are used to this stuff but still, just be smart with it," urged Zach Jennings, an operator for Pullens Truck Center in Pulaski. "Don't go unless you absolutely have to, unless it's necessary, and stay away from the back roads that aren't going to be plowed as quickly as state roads and county roads."
More snow is expected to fall through Thursday. By the time the storm passes, the most heavily hit areas could see as much as three feet.