Travel advisory issued for Cortland County; wind chill warning remains in effect

A look at current road webcams around the Syracuse area (Photo courtesy of the National Weather Service, Binghamton, NY)

CORTLAND, N.Y. - The Cortland County Sheriff's Office has issued a travel advisory for Cortland County due to hazardous weather conditions.

The advisory remains in effect until midnight on Saturday, though travel is not restricted during this time, according to Lt. Rob Derksen with the sheriff's office. Sheriff Mark Helms stressed that weather conditions could lead to a treacherous evening commute for Cortland and surrounding counties.

A winter weather advisory from the National Weather Service in Binghamton is set to expire at 6 p.m, while a wind chill warning remains in effect until 7 a.m. Sunday.

Local radars early Saturday morning show scattered snow showers and flurries over the Finger Lakes region and Southern Tier.

High temperatures are forecasted near zero. On Sunday, highs will bump up to near 20 degrees, with temperatures reaching into the lower 30s by Monday.