Slick, windy and snowy morning - improving by noon
Scattered lake effect snow showers taper down mid-morning and end by noon. Gusty winds this morning will cause blowing and drifting snow over already slick roads. Schools delays are possible and you can check that list here. Clouds will begin to break up, turning partly cloudy with winds calming. Cloudy skies return through the night with the next round of rain possible Thursday evening. Rain then changes over to snow Friday morning with gusty winds. Skies are finally bright and quiet all of Saturday before the next round of snow moves in on Sunday.
Today: AM lake effect snow and windy, turning partly cloudy, high of 30.
Tonight: Becoming mostly cloudy, low of 26.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, rain likely by the evening, high of 44.
Friday: Morning snow showers, temperatures fall from 30.