As always, the lake effect we get this week will be highly localized. Tonight's snow will mainly be from Lake Ontario. The winds will die down a bit and the snow will become better organized into a single band. It looks like it'll hug the south shore of Lake Ontario, having the greatest impact on areas north of Route 104 overnight, and especially into eastern Wayne County. The activity off of Lake Erie will continue a bit into the overnight, impacting areas south into Livingston County, but the snow will tend to be less organized. The steering winds will shift to more of the southwest during the day as a disturbance moves in, breaking up that band and lake snows become more scattered. So, in general, accumulations close to home will be limited due to the wind direction overnight, but that will likely change later on in the week. Stay tuned.
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