Low pressure will track southeastward through the Great Lakes and Upper Ohio Valley today. Snow will overspread the area this morning and continue through the afternoon as this storm moves across the region. Accumulations with this system will range from 2 to 4 inches across the entire area. High temperatures this afternoon will reach the low 20s.
The storm will move off to our east tonight and winds will shift to the north and northwest. Some lake effect snow showers are possible, especially across the snow belt areas where some additional accumulations are possible. Lows tonight will fall to the low to mid teens.
Occasional lake effect snow showers area possible across the snow belt on Saturday, with just a few snow showers or flurries expected elsewhere. Highs on Saturday will make it into the mid 20s.
Snow showers will taper of Saturday night as high pressure builds across the area. Lows will fall to the low to mid teens.
Sunday will be partly sunny and dry with highs near 30.
Another storm will move across the region early next week bringing milder air and the threat of rain, ice, and snow.