The post-frontal phase of our storm last night produced mostly lake-effect precipitation, which at times organized into wind-parallel bands.
Note how the coverage, structure, and orientation of the lake-effect is quite variable. There is no computer modeling system or forecaster that can reliably predict such variability. This is why it is so difficult to provided detailed lake-effect forecasts. About all you can say is that lake-effect is possible downstream of the lake, but we don't know the details of where, when, and how much.