BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Early this afternoon the temperature went above 61 degrees which was the record high temperature for this date.
Later in the afternoon the National Weather Service Buffalo announced Buffalo reached a high temperature of 67 degrees which tied for the seventh warmest January day on record and the warmest January day since 2005.
The temperature at #Buffalo this early afternoon has reached 67°F. This is tied for 7th warmest January day on record...and is the warmest January temperature since January 13, 2005 when it was 68°F. All-time warmest temperature at Buffalo is 72°F set back on January 25th, 1950.— NWS Buffalo (@NWSBUFFALO) January 11, 2020
Wet and windy weather is scheduled to move into the region Saturday evening with several warnings, watches and advisories in place. View the latest forecast here.