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Cold temps and lake effect snow Monday

Wind chills near zero
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Posted at 9:44 AM, Jan 09, 2022

Winter Weather Advisory for Niagara and Orleans counties from late Monday afternoon through early Tuesday morning with amounts between 2-4" and localized 5-6" amounts.

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Winter Storm Watch for Chautauqua county from Monday morning through Tuesday morning as heavy lake effect snow accumulates between 6-8" and possibly more within most persistent lake band. Gusty winds near 35mph will create blowing and drifting snow and difficult travel within lake snow with low visibility.

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Cold as temperatures drop into the teens with wind chills falling into the single digits with snow showers developing. Continued arctic air on Monday with wind chills near zero with lake snow, heavy at times both north and south of Buffalo. We'll be in the freezer one more day Tuesday as wind chills start below zero. Temperatures remain in the teens through the day with limited lake snow coming to an end. Another brief break mid-week with temperatures in the mid 30s and a mix of sun and clouds. It'll get colder by the end of the week with some snow showers into the weekend.

MONDAY
MORNING: Snow showers, heavy lake effect snow, S.Tier upper teens. Wind chills below zero.
AFTERNOON: Mostly cloudy with lake snow, teens. Wind chills remain in the single digits.

TUESDAY
MORNING: Cold with snow showers, near 5.
AFTERNOON: Cold with snow showers, teens.

WEDNESDAY
MORNING: Cold with snow showers, near 9.
AFTERNOON: Sun & clouds, mid 30s.

THURSDAY
MORNING: Scattered Snow Showers, near 30.
AFTERNOON: Scattered Snow Showers., near 32.

FRIDAY
MORNING: Mostly Cloudy, near 23
AFTERNOON: Mostly Cloudy, near 25.