By Anthony Sagliani, Meteorologist
January 05, 2013
This will by no means be a widespread, heavy snowfall, but a few flakes will still fly from Chicago eastward to Grand Rapids, Detroit and Buffalo.
The light snow is unlikely to cause any travel delays on the roads or at the airports across the region.
The snow will arrive mostly as flurries Saturday night and last much of the day on Sunday.
Most locations will see but a coating to perhaps an inch, but a few places just downwind of the lakes could see a little more.
In these spots, where the lakes will help to enhance the snow, anywhere from 1 to 3 inches is possible.
Any flakes still in the air Sunday night will quickly come to an end as a dry dome of high pressure builds in overhead.