Winter storm could drop up to a foot of snow

Despite temperatures on Monday that reached into the 40s, it appears that winter isn’t about to leave central New York quietly.

The National Weather Service in Binghamton issued a winter storm warning for Chenango, Cortland and Otsego counties effective this morning through 6 p.m. Wednesday.

Caused by a low pressure system moving up from Pennsylvania, the storm is expected to bring periods of heavy snow and cold, blustery weather to the region. Temperatures could rise to the mid 30s by this afternoon, causing slushy accumulations and limiting the total measurable snow accumulations.

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