BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) - Snow showers for our northtowns and City of Buffalo early this afternoon. The light snow will set down a quick inch on its way to the Southtowns near the dinner hour and continuing into the Southern Tier for the evening hours.
Midweek will remain quiet with some limited sunshine as temperatures hover near the freezing mark. The air should start warming by late week with 40s on the horizon... This would mean any weekend precipitation would be more wet than white.
Following the warm up, there doesn't appear to be much cold air or stormy skies on the way to WNY. For those white Christmas hopefuls out there, you're probably going to have to wait until the 23rd for a shot of snow as a storm system cuts through the Great Lakes a few days before the holiday. We'll keep you updated!
Mostly to Partly Cloudy and cold. Chance of a period of minor lake snow crossing the region from NW to SE with little if any accumulation into the afternoon.
Partly Sunny and seasonably cold.
Partly to Mostly Cloudy and not so cold. Slight chance of a few light mixed showers.
Mostly Cloudy and a little milder. Chance of light rain in the afternoon, becoming more widespread overnight.
Periods of rain, breezy & seasonably Mild.
Mostly to Partly Cloudy. Chance of scattered light rain showers mixing with snow in the afternoon.
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