The weather has been mostly fine for Friday and it's been that way for the most part the past two months.

However, it all changes tonight and through Sunday night.

There's both a High Wind Warning and a Winter Storm Warning for all of Western New York. Times of the Winter Storm Warning depends on where you live but for Erie County, the warning goes until 7 am Monday.

Get our free mobile app

The National Weather Service says anywhere from 1-3 feet of snow is possible, with wind gusts reaching 65 mph on Saturday. Sunday's wind gusts will reach 45 mph. Both days will have lake effect snow, which combined with the wind will create whiteout and unsafe driving conditions.

Governor Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency for Western New York.

The National Weather Service is discouraging travel this weekend, while Hochul recommended that those who don't have tickets to Sunday's Bills playoff game, to stay home.

The National Weather Service says blizzard conditions are possible during this storm, at least for some portion of it. The whiteout conditions could make driving impossible, especially Saturday night and into Sunday.

The Bills game on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers will be played from 1-4 pm. The band of heavy lake effect snow could be directly over the stadium, which would pose a huge challenge for the players and fans. Getting to the stadium will be a problem; we won't know how much until we reach Sunday morning.

The bad news for us is the snow won't end on Monday.

Accumulating snow is expected for Monday and Tuesday, with another round of snow end of next week. It's going to be a cold and snowy next 10 days in Western New York.

Please be careful if you have to travel this weekend.

26 Worst Streets To Live On During a Snow Storm

When the snow doesn’t let up, it makes you wonder if a plow has shown up — at least once? They most likely have, but nonetheless, these are the worst 26 streets to live on during a snow storm in Western New York.

Gallery Credit: Kadie Daye, Public Facebook Thread

29 Photos Of Western New York's First Snowfall 2023

Depending on where you live, you may have had more snow (or less!) than others in Western New York. See the snow pictures submitted by residents all over WNY on Facebook.

Gallery Credit: Kadie Daye via Public Facebook Thread

The 10 Snowiest Buffalo Winters Of All Time

Using data compiled from the National Weather Service, we’ve ranked the top ten years that Western New York has seen the most snow.

Gallery Credit: Canva

More From 106.5 WYRK