(NEW YORK) -- With millions hitting the roads for Thanksgiving, and an approaching snow storm expected to put a damper on travel plans, officials are putting some travel restrictions in place in New York State.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Binghamton and surrounding areas until 6 a.m. Thanksgiving Day.
Forecasters say 4-8 inches of snow is expected in some areas Wednesday into Thursday.
In anticipation of heavy snowfall, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced the following travel restrictions effective 7 a.m. Wednesday:
- Long tandem vehicles are banned from the New York State Thruway on I-90 in both directions from Interchange 32 (Westmoreland/Rome) to Interchange 24 (Exit 24); and on I-87, in both directions from Interchange 24 (Albany) to the New York City line.
- Commercial vehicles are banned from I-84, in both directions, from the Pennsylvania border to the Connecticut border.
Updates will be provided as conditions change.
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