BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for all WNY from Wednesday night through Friday afternoon. A slow-moving storm system will bring a wintry mix of snow, rain, sleet, and/or ice will impact the area starting Wednesday evening before turning to all snow. Expect sizable, widespread accumulations, and tricky travel.
Chilly evening with clear skies as temperatures fall into the teens before rising overnight into the 20s by Tuesday morning. As southerly winds begin to breeze across WNY temperatures rise into the 40s along the lakeshore under partly sunny skies. By Wednesday temperatures begin to plummet from near 40 in the morning to near freezing in the afternoon. Expect rain and snow to begin on Wednesday with snow begin to accumulate on Thursday and wind down on Friday.
Breezy, mild, and mostly cloudy
Breezy with rain/snow
AM snow with decreasing temperatures