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Lake effect snow showers continue this morning but will shift more out of the N/NW which in turn will shift the impact areas a little to the west. Roads will likely be slick in spots with times of lowered visibility. Lake effect snow tapers down this evening with just a few flurries possible. Friday is quiet with some sunshine in our forecast.
Snow is right back in the picture from a system passing through on Saturday. Now the exact track of the snow system could shift north or south still, but a general two to four inches of snow is looking more likely. Sunday is the quieter and easier travel day for this weekend but temperatures remain cold. Bright skies can be expected to start the new work week.
Today: Lake effect snow, mostly to partly cloudy. High of 28.
Tonight: Flurries early, mostly to partly cloudy. Low of 18.
Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy. High of 32.
Saturday: Snow showers and cloudy. High of 32.