Hi all! Lake snows will mainly north near the lake shore this afternoon into this evening with an additional 1 to 3" near the lake, while little, if any, will fall for the majority of us. However, once a disturbance & surface low move by later tonight, the winds will become more northerly & pick up a bit, which should push the lake snow a little further south late tonight into Thursday morning. With that said, I still believe the best chance of getting an additional 2 to 6" or even a bit more tonight into Thursday morning will be up north around 104, I believe there will be a slightly better chance for measurable snow to reach more of Monroe County, including the city. We'll see...but the data is hinting at this too. We all know how fickle lake snow can be with any little perturbation in atmosphere causing lake snows either to break up, &/or get hung up & not move as far south as expected like last night into this morning. Either way, lake snows will come to an end during the day Thursday, especially in the afternoon as drier air builds in with high pressure.
A little general snow will likely fall for all later Friday into Friday night, but it does not look like a big deal. Maybe some minor accumulations from it. A little lake snow may follow for Saturday, before a quiet, slightly milder Sunday settles in. Changes for next week. Stay tuned.