The snowy forecast for the East End this weekend is now even snowier—much, much snowier.
The National Weather Service says periods of snow are possible Saturday night through Tuesday, with a potential for a total of 8 inches of snow accumulation.
Friday will be partly sunny, with a high near 22 degrees and wind chill values between -5 and 5 degree. Then Friday night will have a low of 19 degrees and wind chill between 5 and 15.
A slight chance of snow begins after 1 p.m. Saturday with a high temperature near 38. Then snow is expected before 4 a.m. Sunday before turning into snow and rain. Snow and freezing rain are expected after 10 a.m. Sunday. The temperature will fall to 22 degrees by 11 a.m.
Snow and freezing rain are likely Sunday night, becoming mostly snow after 1 a.m. Snow and freezing rain are likely Monday morning, with a high near 31, with temperatures dipping to 20 Monday night.