Tonight across Western New York, skies will be mostly cloudy. Some scattered light snow showers are also expected. Generally an inch or less of accumulation is forecast. Overnight lows will be in the low- to mid-20s.
On Monday, expect cloudy and breezy conditions with a lingering morning snow shower or two. Highs will be in the 20s to around 30.
Our weather then turns much more active Monday night into Tuesday as our next winter storm arrives. Precipitation will begin as widespread snow late Monday evening into early Tuesday morning. Snow will then give way to a period of sleet and then freezing rain mid- to late-Tuesday morning from southwest to northeast. On Tuesday afternoon, precipitation type will briefly flip to all rain before transitioning to snow again by late Tuesday evening.
Travel conditions look to be greatly impacted by this storm, especially during the day on Tuesday, given accumulating snow and the potential for some ice accumulation.
Snow will wind down on Wednesday and much quieter weather is expected on Thursday.
We then get even milder with more plain rain showers on Friday.
Next weekend looks unsettled from this vantage point, starting out with a rain/snow mix on Saturday giving way to all snow showers on Sunday.
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