Snow will be possible most days this week in the Finger Lakes, but much of it will be quite light. Areas of lake effect snow showers are ongoing across parts of the Finger Lakes Monday morning. Most of the snow is concentrating across the northeastern half of the region, roughly along and north of a Rochester to Ithaca line.
This lake effect activity will likely persist through much of the morning before gradually falling apart during the course of the afternoon. Much like the snow this weekend, the accumulation on roadways will be limited to seldom used roads and driveways while a coating to an inch or two accumulates on other surfaces.
A storm system will track from the Midwest across the Great Lakes and into Pennsylvania on Tuesday. Most of the precipitation from this system will be to the south of the Finger Lakes, but some light snow should clip the region Tuesday and Tuesday night. This snow will likely start during the morning hours on Tuesday and will persist throughout much of the day. Accumulations will likely be limited to an inch or so during the day.
Some periods of slightly heavier snow will be possible Tuesday evening and Tuesday night. An additional couple of inches will be possible, bringing totals for this event into the 1-3 inch range.