Storm Team 27 is tracking a winter storm that is moving through the Valley.

Watch the video above for an in-depth view of this storm.

A winter storm is impacting the Valley. See the latest Weather Alerts here.

Snow showers will continue into early Saturday morning. Lake effect snow showers will be possible into the afternoon and evening Saturday.

Total Snow accumulations of 2 to 5 inches will be possible from this storm.

Winds will pick up into Saturday. Sustained winds of 20 to 25 MPH will be possible with 30 to 35 MPH gusts through the day on Saturday. That will create the potential for blowing and drifting snow which could drop visibility. The winds will also drop wind chills to the single digits into Saturday afternoon.

A Colder Weekend:
Temperatures will be in the upper teens to low 20s through the day on Saturday. Temperatures will fall to the low teens into early Sunday morning. Sunday afternoon won’t be as cold, but temperatures will stay in the mid-30s into the afternoon. The 7-day forecast shows that warmer temperatures return quickly once this storm that some are calling winter storm Quinlan or the bomb cyclone moves out of the area.