The heaviest lake-effect snow has been to our north. Teams in that area have been sampling that part of the storm. We also have the Doppler Wheels out and an aircraft currently in the air using a bunch of fancy gadgets to study the cloud and precipitation structure of the storm. The yellow and red lines show the flight track and the red circle the position of the aircraft when I grabbed this image and it was making a turn.
Our place in North Redfield has had some snow, but nothing like locations to the north. We are currently seeing snowfall rates fluctuating between about 1/2–1 inch per hour. From 1 to 7 am we had about 4 inches. Yeah, it's not snowing hard, but at least it is really cold and windy. Current temperature is -3ºF with gusty winds.
The snow is pretty low density, so the wind is transporting it all over the place. Even though it wasn't snowing very hard, I made a pretty lonely and disorienting trip out to our snow study stations at about 3 am last night. You need to be super careful about navigation under such conditions.