- Associated Press - Friday, February 20, 2015

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - The winter weather isn’t letting up in upstate New York.

The Syracuse area is getting more snow Friday morning, accompanied by 20-mph winds. The National Weather Service says parts of central New York could get another four to six inches of snow, with high winds reducing visibility.

The weather service has issued a lake-effect snow advisory for the Syracuse area until late Friday morning.

Much of the upstate region is starting the day with sub-zero temperatures. The lowest temperature Friday morning is in Jamestown in western New York, where it’s minus-15 degrees.

Wind chills as low as 25 below also are predicted, and a warning has been issued through late Friday morning for all of central New York and the Watertown area.

Over a dozen wrecks were reported in and around Syracuse late Thursday afternoon.


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