ITHACA, N.Y. — Snow, freezing rain and slippery road conditions are in the forecast for Tompkins County, according to a winter weather advisory that goes into effect at 5 p.m., the National Weather Service said.

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About two to four inches of snow are possible, along with a tenth of an inch of ice, the advisory says. This will cause limited visibility and slippery roadways at east throughout Monday night.
The National Weather Service said around noon , “Looks like the transition from snow to mix then rain may occur faster therefore less snow accumulation for the area.Will post a new briefing this afternoon once the details are clearer.”
The advisory, though, is issued until Tuesday at 7 a.m. as of Monday afternoon and snow showers are likely throughout Tuesday.
Temperatures Sunday and Monday have both hit all time lows of – 12 degrees in Ithaca for both days, according to the Northeast Regional Climate Center.  
There is, however, a silver lining to the weather in Ithaca. The National Weather Service says that though snow is in the forecast off-and-on throughout the week, high temperatures are expected to be in the upper 30s with low temperatures in the mid-20s.
The exception is Thursday when high temperatures in the day will be in the mid-20s and low temperatures at night will be just less than 10 degrees.
Provided by the National Weather Service
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Jolene Almendarez is Managing Editor at The Ithaca Voice. She can be reached at; you can learn more about her at the links in the top right of this box.