Another Nor'Easter, but Buffalo spared by snow

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) - First full day of spring doesn't bring spring warmth, in fact the below average temperatures are helping to keep the nor'easter to the south of WNY.  High pressure over central-south Canada is the reason for our continued stretch in the 30s and any storm systems to dive south of WNY as well.  

Expect the below average streak to continue into the weekend before more seasonable temperatures move in next week.  With milder temperatures comes rounds of showers and the potential for 50s!

WEDNESDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Breezy & Cold. High: 34.

THURSDAY: Mostly Cloudy, a little more comfortable with less wind chill. High: 35.

FRIDAY: Mostly Sunny & Seasonably Chilly. High: 37.

SATURDAY: Mostly to Partly Sunny. High: 36.

SATURDAY: Mostly to Partly Sunny. High: 40.



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