System snow, lake-effect snow, arctic blast of cold air through Friday

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(Tom Coomes/ABC 57 Chief Meteorologist) The heaviest snow fell through 12 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 13. Snow showers continue through the morning hours.

Prepare for another slow, slick commute Thursday morning. 3-4 inches of snow is expected for most of the forecast area by Thursday morning. Thursday afternoon, an additional 1-3 inches of lake effect snow will fall in the snow belt. Temperatures Thursday start near 30, then drop significantly through the remainder of the day. Thursday night’s low is 9 degrees.

Friday will be chilly, but will be a mostly dry day. Temperatures increase for the weekend. Saturday night there is a chance for a wintry mix. Sunday is dry again, with a chance to see some afternoon sunshine.

Thursday: Snow showers early, then afternoon lake effect snow. Temperatures drop from 30.
Friday: A few flurries early, then partly cloudy. High 17.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy day, then evening wintry mix. High 33.


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