The National Weather Service has now issued a blizzard warnings for oswego, Cayuga and Wayne counties for Wednesday afternoon. The warning will remain in effect until 5pm.
Forecasters say with the amount of snow falling, coupled with the possibility of 50 miles an hour winds, blizzard conditions will exist until this latest winter storm starts to pull away late tonight.
Some areas of Central New York could pickup more than a foot of snow as the snow plows try to stay ahead of it. Parts of western New York will get hit even harder where two feet of snow is possible in the Rochester area.
Madison County Sheriffs Deputies have issued a travel advisory for their county until eight Thursday morning. They've already responded to several minor accidents and calls about tractor trailors that have gotten stuck on hills.
Syracuse police are also warning drivers not to park illegally so snow removal crews can do their jobs. Some cars could be towed if they're in the way.