Between Midnight tonight and about 9 am Sunday, some limited lake effect snow will impact the Finger Lakes.
This lake effect is not expected to be overly organized, though a heavier band may develop within a broader area of flurries around dawn across the northeastern Finger Lakes.
This may impact areas such as Auburn, Syracuse, and Cortland. Especially over the higher elevations in these areas, an inch or two of snow could accumulate. Little to no snow accumulation is expected elsewhere.
Winds will become more westerly, then southwesterly during the later morning and afternoon hours, ending the threat of lake effect snow in the Finger Lakes.
High temperatures on Sunday will generally be in the mid or low 30s.
A second weak system will pass north of the region Sunday evening. Some additional snow showers will be possible with this system Sunday evening, but again with little to no accumulation.