Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today urged New Yorkers to exercise caution while traveling over the next several days as forecasts are calling for a winter weather system to deliver up to four to six inches of snow and a wintery mix to most of Upstate New York Wednesday night into Thursday. Some areas, especially those in high terrain or lake effect areas, may see higher accumulations up to eight inches. Following the system, an Arctic cold front is expected to move into the state late Thursday and plunge temperatures below zero. These conditions are expected to create difficult driving conditions, especially during the Thursday morning commute. The Governor is urging New Yorkers to be prepared for severe winter conditions and to keep a close eye on local weather forecasts for developments.