Another larger round of snow this afternoon
Another round of snow looks possible today, especially south of the Toll Road. A few lake effect snow showers may move in late this morning from the west to meet up with the larger area of snow that will affect the IN side this afternoon into the evening. Totals still look light from this round: less than 1” to 1” at the most. Wind direction will shift out the northwest afterwards and stay that way for the next three days, allowing very cold air and more L.E. snow showers to move in. Highs will drop to the teens, overnight lows will be in the single digits, and “feels like” temps will be below zero at times. Daily accumulations of 1” or more are possible Monday through Wednesday in the lake effect zones.
Today: Cloudy with a few L.E. and system snow showers, especially on the IN side. High of 28 with temps falling throughout the afternoon.
Tonight: Mostly to partly cloudy with a chance of L.E. snow showers. Cold. Low of 6.
Monday: Partly sunny and cold with a chance of L.E. snow showers. Breezy. High of 15.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with scattered L.E. and system snow showers. Breezy and cold. Highs in the upper teens.