The first big lake effect snowstorm of the season has arrived for people living near the Tug Hill plateau. Anywhere from six inches to two feet are expected to fall over the next 24 hours, depending on where you live. Brad Vivacqua has more from Sandy Creek.
OSWEGO COUNTY, N.Y. -- The snow is falling across the region and it's here to stay.
Whiteout conditions started in Pulaski Tuesday night and the snow is continuing. 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, with areas in the Tug Hill getting around two feet.