An upper level low pressure trough is amplifying and dropping in for the weekend. This low will deepen quickly then transfer it's energy to the coast and become a strong Nor'Easter. We luck out this time as the storm will bring the potential for heavy snow to the mountains of Virginia and West Virginia. Showers move in this afternoon and continue tonight and Saturday with temperatures mainly in the mid 40s. Colder air will dive across Lake Erie setting up our first lake effect snow event of the season Saturday night, however, no significant accumulations are expected. A coating to an inch likely in the high elevations of the Allegheny Plateau by Sunday morning. Sunday will turn out dry with a gusty northwest wind. As for Trick or Treat this evening, expect light rain and temperatures in the mid 40s.
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