Winter storm to slam New York; National Weather Service issues advisories, watches in various parts of state –

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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A winter storm pushing toward the East Coast is expected to bring heavy snow totals throughout large swaths of New York State.
The system is forecasted to have limited impact on the five boroughs before shifting to rain; however, it is becoming increasingly likely the ongoing New York City snow drought will be broken.
The National Weather Service issued multiple winter weather advisories and watches in other parts of New York, extending from Orange to Oswego counties, where around a half foot of snow is possible.
AccuWeather predicts snow totals could reach up to a foot in northern parts of the state, particularly near St. Lawrence Valley along the border of Canada. Accumulations between six and nine inches are forecasted there, with locally higher amounts possible.
Northern parts of Oneida County, located east of Syracuse, are expected to receive heavy wind gusts and between five and nine inches of accumulation through Thursday morning. Slightly lower totals are predicted for Jefferson and Lewis counties.
Toward the western part of New York, Chemung, Tioga, Broome and Delaware counties are forecasted to have milder totals — between three and five inches — as the storm rolls through the state.
Meanwhile, the eastern section of New York, from the southern Adirondacks to the Glen Falls Saratoga Region, could experience significant winter weather. The National Weather Service’s winter storm watch indicates gusts reaching 35 mph may be accompanied by six to 12 inches of snow and around one-tenth of an inch of ice.
South of that area, the eastern Catskills are forecasted to receive heavy mixed precipitation that results in between four and nine inches of snow.

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