BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — The first Winter Weather Advisory of the season was issued Sunday, as wind and rain blew through Western New York and snow dusted over parts of the Southern Tier.
Sunday's snowfall was just enough to give skiers a reminder that the ski season is right around the corner. Holiday Valley tweeted a picture of the light dusting of snow at 5:00 p.m., but 7 First Alert meteorologists say several inches could accumulate on the hilltops through the Monday morning hours.
It's not just the hilltops getting the snow in the Southern Tier. Photos sent to 7 First Alert Meteorologist Autumn Lewandowski show snow falling in East Otto.
Cattaraugus County had flakes flying through Sunday afternoon and evening. Lyndon had enough snow by 7:00 p.m. for children to enjoy making their first snow angel of the season.
Winds forced a large tree in Sheridan, New York to snap. Homeowner Charles Coniglio says no one was injured.
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