More snow is in the forecast and it will be coming off Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.

The National Weather Service issued a Lake Effect Snow Warning for parts of Western New York, and they are predicting between one and three of snow could fall between today and Thursday.

The Lake Effect Snow warning is in place for Erie, Wyoming, and Genesee counties starting at 1 pm this afternoon and going until 7 pm on Thursday.

* WHAT...Heavy lake effect snow expected. Total snow accumulations
  of 1 to 3 feet in the most persistent lake snows, with the
  greatest amounts expected across central and northern Erie
  County. Lake band centered on Ski Country Tuesday afternoon,
  will slowly shift north through southern Erie and Wyoming
  counties Tuesday night reaching the Buffalo Metro area by early
  Wednesday morning, where it will remain through the first half
  of Wednesday night. Lake band will then shift back south of
  Buffalo later Wednesday night into Thursday morning, before
  shifting back north across the Buffalo Metro area Thursday
  afternoon and weakening. Winds gusting as high as 40 mph,
  mainly Wednesday afternoon and evening.

Parts of Western New York have spent the past three days already digging out of several feet of snow. Towns like Hamburg, Derby, and West Seneca all got over 30 inches of snow this past weekend.


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