(WBNG) -- A change in snow accumulations led to the change in the warnings and advisories. One to 6 inches are expected near and west of I-81. Five to 12 inches are expected in our area east of I-81.
Here's the latest forecast from Storm Track 12:
WINTER STORM WARNING for Delaware, Otsego, Sullivan and Wayne Counties until 4 AM Thursday.
Winter Weather Advisory for Broome, Chenango and Susquehanna Counties until 4 AM Thursday.
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy with snow, heavy at times. 1-12 100% High 34 (32-38) Wind E becoming N 5-15 mph
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Cloudy with snow tapering to snow showers. 1-3" Low 26 (22-30) Wind NW 10-15 mph
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy with snow showers. A better chance of snow showers early in the day. 0-2" 60% High 34 (30-36) Wind WNW 10-15 mph
THURSDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy with snow showers. 0-2" Low 24 Wind W 5-15 mph
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy with snow showers. 60% High 34 Low 22
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy. High 34 Low 20
SUNDAY: DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME BEGINS AT 2 A.M.
Mostly cloudy. High 36 Low 20
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy with snow showers. 30% High 36 Low 22
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with snow showers. 20% High 32 Low 20
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy. High 34 Low 20
We have a similar situation to what we had last week. The low to our west will weaken, as the coastal low strengthens. This will keep snow, heavy at times in the forecast for Wednesday and snow showers for Thursday.
With a brisk west-northwest wind, we'll have snow showers on Friday.
We'll have mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies for the weekend. A cold front will give us snow showers Monday and Tuesday.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is urging residents in the eastern portion of the state to prepare for another Nor'easter.
The National Weather Service has issued Winter Storm Watches and Warnings for the eastern portion of the Southern Tier, Mohawk Valley, North Country, Capital, Mid-Hudson Valley, New York City, and Long Island regions Tuesday night through Thursday morning.
Governor Cuomo has activated a toll-free hotline for New Yorkers to call to get updates on weather, power outage restoration times, and shelters and warming centers in their area. New Yorkers are urged to call 866-697-2434 for assistance.
The governor's office also says, "the State Emergency Operations Center remains activated for enhanced monitoring and will increase operations to include all transportation agencies for this upcoming storm."