A winter storm is blazing its way towards southwest MI, causing the National Weather Service to issue a Winter Weather Advisory from 3AM -7PM Monday. The Mohawk Valley will see about 3 to 6 inches of snow. The affected areas focus on south central and southwest MI.
The first big snowfall of the season for most Western New Yorker's will take place on Monday and into Tuesday morning. Areas to be most impacted will be those under the winter storm warning, but especially Berrien and western Cass Counties in MI. Snowfall accumulations in this area will range from 1 to as much as 5 inches of snow.
The advisory is for Monday into Monday night.
Lake effect snow showers are possible for areas south and northeast of Buffalo on Tuesday and even Wednesday, after the cold front pushed through. We will see potentially record breaking cold temperatures to start the week, then warmer to finish the week (though still well below normal).