More snow coming Tuesday night, along with wind and cold temps

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A winter storm warning is in effect for LaGrange and Noble counties until 7 a.m. Wednesday, the National Weather Service has announced.

Total snow accumulations of 3-5 inches are possible.

Some scattered snow showers will be in the area today, providing probably less than an inch of new snow over the course of the day, said National Weather Service meteorologist Tony Ansuini. Anticipated snowfall ranges from up to five inches in southern Michigan to more than a foot of snow expected further north along Lake Michigan.

The big story will be heavy lake effect snow on the backside of this clipper.

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This next system will bring another shot of widespread snow to the region, with a general 2 to 6 inches expected to fall between Monday night and Tuesday.

The low will continue to push east Thursday, but then lake-effect snow will kick back in. There's the potential for more lake-effect bands in the area, with multiple models converging on the possibility of one heavier band lining up along western portions of the lakeshore, extending into Lorain and Medina counties, pointing southeast. The Finger Lakes region, including the Syracuse area will experience the lake snow near and especially after midnight as winds shift from west this evening to northwest as a trough of low pressure pushes through.

Temperatures will be in the mid-teens Wednesday before hitting low single digits Wednesday night. We may have some rain and snow to deal with by Sunday too.