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By Thursday morning, the lake effect form Lake Ontario should move back to the north. It will remain east of the lakes through Thursday and Friday. Once again, flurries and squalls from Lake Erie will be possible with a few additional inches of accumulation. High temperatures on Thursday will struggle to reach 20º. Friday should be fairly similar before the lake effect becomes less organized late in the day as winds shift. This wind shift will be in response to a storm system tracking to our south. There is still a lot of uncertainty with this storm, which will impact us on Saturday. At least a few more inches of snow look very possible, and we will have to be on the look out for a more moderate snow event. I would say the chances of getting a foot or more from this storm are low, however. Lake effect and more arctic cold will impact the area right into early next week as we remain in a mid-winter like weather pattern.