Another fast moving weather system will move through the region overnight tonight.
Light snow from this system will overspread the Finger Lakes, mostly after midnight, and should be pushing east by the time the sun begins to rise.
Like the system on Tuesday, most areas will see little more than a coating from this quick-hitting snow.
Some lake effect snow will likely develop behind the clipper, with some squalls working into the Finger Lakes from Lake Erie. This activity should be fairly short lived and will likely only accumulate an inch or two in most spots. Areas closer to the lakes south of Buffalo and Watertown will see more snow.
Winds will intensify behind this clipper system, with another blustery day on Friday. Some wind gusts over 40mph are possible. Thankfully, the windiest time will be in the afternoon, when temperatures rise into the low 20s, keeping wind chills mostly above 0.
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