Heavy snow possible beginning as showers between 4-5 p.m. Saturday, ramping up through the overnight period with total accumulations of 5 to 8 inches possible.
Saturday will feature snow, sleet and even rain for all of Western New York but Sunday is the day that risky travel conditions will occur, especially south of Buffalo. "While we won't have a lot of ice to deal with here, areas south of Rockford could see upwards of 1/10" of ice.
Strong winds, with gusts between 40 to 50 miles per hour at times, will be possible on Saturday as the system exits.
Our next weather system looks to shake things up by Wednesday starting with some mountain snow.
News 12 meteorologists say the first snowflakes will start arriving between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Snow will be moderate to heavy at times once it arrives and through early evening.
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A chance of rain before 2am, then a chance of rain and snow. Into the evening, any icy mix changes over to all rain.
We'll see sunny skies Monday afternoon with highs ranging from around 20s northeast to the near 50 for parts of western Kansas.
Flurries and scattered snow showers will move through the region periodically today thanks to an upper level trough that will move northeast.
Mon: High: 53 Low: 30 Mostly sunny.
Road conditions will likely be impacted, especially during Friday night's commute.
The outlook for next week calls for below normal temperatures with some rain and thunderstorm chances the second half of the week. Colder temperatures rush in Saturday morning switching everything over to another quick burst of snow before everything pushes out around midday.