New Yorkers in northeastern parts of the state awoke to fresh snow Thursday morning, April 1, as a cold snap plunged temperatures and threatened several inches of accumulation, the National Weather Service (NWS) reported.
Footage from Owego in Tioga County shows snow covering trees and front lawns on Thursday morning.
The National Weather Service said the heaviest snowfall would occur early on Thursday, turning to lake-effect snow in the afternoon. A previous winter weather advisory for Tioga County was canceled by 9 am Thursday. Credit: @BBMadDog via Storyful