Another winter storm passing by today

Another storm is developing across the Mid Atlantic this morning and will race northeast, ending up off the coast of Maine tonight. While this storm will not be as impressive as the last, it will still bring some heavy snow to some areas of coastal New England.For us in the Finger Lakes, it will be a glancing blow. An area of snow has developed over Pennsylvania early this morning and will track northeast across the Finger Lakes region later this morning and this afternoon.This snow will mostly be light in nature, with only an inch or two of accumulation expected.As the storm moves northeast and strengthens, our winds will turn to the northwest. This will bring in some colder air and, in time, some light lake effect. Temperatures will not get much warmer than they are this morning, with a slight drop in temperature this afternoon. The lake effect should develop southeast of Lake Ontario tonight as temperatures drop into the single digits.Lake effect flurries will continue Sunday with an inch or so of accumulation in some spots before it falls apart Sunday evening. High temperatures on Sunday will be in the upper teens, with lows Monday morning possibly dropping below zero for some.By the middle of next week, we should be shifting into a pattern change that will make 40s common place. It will be an active pattern, however, with some chances for rain as well.

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