Monday will be mild, but a soaking rain will cover all of WNY with a gusty breeze as a wet weather system bring plenty of moisture to start the week. Temperatures will remain in the 40s throughout the day with even some 50s possible in spots later in the evening and overnight.
Temperatures will tumble from the 40s to the 30s on Tuesday as a cold front will cross WNY with gusty winds and a switch from rain to snow. While the snow showers will remain lighter in the afternoon, later in the evening and overnight the lake snow band will intensify south of Buffalo. We will be monitoring this weather system closely here at 7 First Alert Weather so be sure to follow us for the latest details.
Soaking rain creating a soggy, but mild start to the work week as temperatures stay in the 40s and rise to near 50 degrees later in the evening and overnight.
The day starts with gusty winds and tumbling temperatures as 40s quickly become 30s switching rain showers to snow showers. Lake effect will become more organized targeting areas of the Southern Tier overnight into Wednesday morning.
Windy and cold with lake snows becoming more intense south of Buffalo as temperatures remain in the 20s with wind chills in the teens.
Chilly temperatures with sunshine.
Increasing clouds with milder temperatures
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