(WBNG) -- Rain, sleet, heavy snow, and freezing rain are all possible Friday night into Saturday morning.
Here's the latest information from Storm Track 12:
FLOOD WATCH – all counties through Saturday evening
WINTER STORM WARNING- Tompkins, Cortland– 4pm Saturday
Saturday: Snow tapers west to east through late morning. Snow showers end. Windy, cold and icy. Chills as low as -10. Wind: NW 10-18G33 High: 11-16
Saturday Night: Variable clouds and very cold. Chills as low as -20 Wind: NW 7-14 Low: -10 to -2
Rivers will continue to rise and thick ice could break up and cause ice jams Saturday. Flooding from the ice jams needs to be monitored very closely. If you see ice jamming, and water rising, report it to local authorities immediately and move to higher ground. Ice jams are impossible to pinpoint and forecast precisely.
Snowfall will rapidly end west to east through early Saturday morning. By Saturday afternoon we will see some sunshine return. Temperatures drop into the teens and single digits. Icy conditions are likely even though it is not snowing. Ice jam flooding still possible. Chills dip as low as -10. Overnight Saturday temperatures drop below zero.
It will be colder Sunday with highs around 10 and lows around -5. Clouds and sun return Monday with highs in the upper teens to around 20. Tuesday could see a few snow showers with highs around 27. Some light snow is possible Tuesday but Wednesday through Friday looks quiet with temperatures near 32 next Friday. Highs Wednesday and Thursday are in the 20s.