Sunday: mostly cloudy during the morning. Scattered snow showers will appear after lunch 80% in the evening. Few valleys you might see a winter mix at first. Snow will remain light until the evening hours. Snow accumulation of 1-2 inches. 34 (31-36) winds rise from the southeast at 5-10 mph.
Sunday night: Light continues to spread widely to moderate snow. Snow tapers by midnight. There might be a few lake wave waves heading into early morning on Monday. Additional snow accumulations of 1-3 inches as low as 29 (26-30) light and variable winds.
Monday: mostly cloudy. The likelihood of snow flakes in the form of a lake is 20%. High 37. Low 28.
Tuesday: mostly cloudy. The likelihood of snow flakes in the form of a lake is 20%. High 36. Low 26.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy skies. High 33. Low 23.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy. High 30. Low 20.
Friday: Mostly cloudy skies. High 28. Low 19.
Saturday: mostly cloudy. Height 28.
The vulnerable developing area will approach low pressure on Sunday resulting in light snow showers during the afternoon. Snow becomes moderate and moderate at times during the evening hours. After a few inches of snow across the area, the system will continue its path eastward all night through Monday.
Once this storm has moved on, we initiate a fairly dry pattern with only a small chance of the lake effect snowfall. As of now, models will not have picked up any storm systems until the end of next week. The only trade off will be that the opportunities for sunlight are limited.