A nor'easter will develop this weekend, but it will really come together east of New England, & not directly affect us with any snow, but we will feel some strong winds, much colder air on the backside of this intensifying storm. The result for us will be highs in the 20s Saturday & teens Sunday with some limited lake snows at times over the weekend. Several inches of lake fluff will likely fall in spots this weekend, with it developing during the day Saturday, before a bit of a lull & then likely firing back up some late Saturday night into Sunday. Roads will likely become slick at times this weekend, especially later Saturday & again late Saturday night into Sunday. Wind chills will be in the single digits & teens Saturday, & around or just below 0 late Saturday night into Sunday. Ouch!
The next system will come in late Monday night into Tuesday with some rain/mix ending as a bit of snow the way it looks now. Wednesday into early Thursday should be blustery with some lake snows possible. Late next week could be interesting, but that still a ways out, but as we all know the forecast will likely change a few times between now & then. Stay tuned.
Have a great night & weekend everyone!!