BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Patchy fog and cool temperatures to start Tuesday under mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures hold in the upper 40s Tuesday afternoon with a gusty wind and showers developing along a boundary north of Buffalo, between Niagara and Erie county. Showers begin to sag southward and expand in coverage late in the evening with a switch to snow Tuesday night. It'll be cold with a breeze on Wednesday with scattered snow showers as temperatures top out close to 40 but it'll feel like the 20s and 30s all day. More sunshine is in store for the end of the week.
MORNING: Mostly cloudy, mid 40s.
AFTERNOON: Mostly cloudy, upper 40s.
MORNING: Snow showers, low 30s.
AFTERNOON: Rain and snow, near 40.
MORNING: Partly cloudy, mid 30s.
AFTERNOON: Mostly sunny, upper 40s.
MORNING: Mainly clear, near 40.
AFTERNOON: Sunny, mid 50s.