A cold front Sunday afternoon may bring a burst of snow to the Finger Lakes.
The northern half of the Figner Lakes will see the squall in the mid-afternoon and have the best shot at heavy snow and poor travel conditions.
The southern half of the Finger Lakes will see a somewhat weakened squall in the later afternoon.
Snow squall warnings may be issued to warn motorists of the incoming, rapidly changing conditions. Strong winds will also be possible immediately behind the squall with blowing snow.
Thank you for all of the prayers, warm well-wishes, and support over the last couple of days. My family is feeling much better now! I will probably post another quick radar-based update Sunday afternoon and will be back to regular blogging on Monday.