Tonight’s weather Story from the National Weather Service:
Overnight low temperatures will not be as cold as last night, with upper teens to mid 20s expected. There will be a slight chance for light snow north of US-6 overnight. Scattered snow showers will be possible across most of the area on Wednesday. Some rain may mix with snow south of US-24. High temperatures will be in the low to upper 30s across the area. Arctic air will push into the region Wednesday night into Thursday, with lake effect snow expected to develop. This will continue through the day on Thursday before diminishing Thursday night. Some lake effect favored areas may see a few inches of snow Wednesday and Thursday. Temperatures will be much colder, with highs on Thursday remaining in the teens.