After the widespread light snow moves past MI late Monday night, a heavy lake effect snow pattern will develop in a few areas of western Lower and the Upper Peninsula. Snow accumulation up to 1 inch is possible. However, another band of lake-effect snow will develop over the lake later and eventually move back on shore Sunday night across the east-side snow belt. Everyone could get around an inch with this batch with more expected with lake enhancement in the snow-belt.
The winter storm watch, issued by the National Weather Service in Pittsburgh, takes effect tonight at 7 and is expected to last until 4 p.m. Wednesday, including expected heavy snow during Tuesday's morning commute and continuing throughout the day.
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But the break will be short-lived, as another, more potent system pulls into the Great Lakes region overnight Monday into Tuesday. Temperatures will be in the low 30s.
A winter storm watch for heavy lake effect snow means there is a potential for a large amount of snow in only a few hours. Highs on Tuesday will struggle to make it into the mid-20s for many, and Wednesday will be colder still, with thermometers topping out in the teens across most of Upstate New York and northern Pennsylvania.