You can see here what I refer to as the 'streamers' of snow coming off the lakes. You can see here that they're stronger this time off Georgian Bay than off Lake Huron. And this time we're in the gap between them. (On the radar they're constantly moving southeast). The same phenomenon happens at the east end of Lake Erie over Buffalo, on the east side of Lake Michigan, and the east side of Lake Superior. It fascinates me to watch the changing weather patterns and try to understand them.