Cold & sunny today, but later Thursday into Thursday night a big, intensifying nor'easter will be sliding up the coast. The BIG question with this storm is where exactly is it going to track? Each of the last several forecast runs have been taking it a little further west siding with the EURO. With that said, we will certainly cloud up on Thursday, & POSSIBLY see a little snow from the storm Thursday night. At this time any accumulations would be very light at best, but more significant accumulations will be a distinct possibility in portions of CNY, which is not too far away. If this westerly trend continues over the next 24 hours we may need the shovels come Friday morning here too. At this point, though, very little will fall for us the way it looks as of early Wednesday afternoon. Eastern Finger Lakes & east of Lake Ontario could pick up at least a few inches. Stay tuned for the latest updates from Scott tonight & me tomorrow morning. Either way, it's gone come Friday morning with a little more snow possible from a clipper later in the day. Some lake snow will then likely fly late Friday night into the weekend, as it turns much colder & blustery.
Have a great afternoon bloggers!