After what seemed like springtime weather across Western New York, it’s back to more seasonable temperatures this weekend and through next week. The good news is that means no wind advisories or worse, high wind warnings.

But that does mean we will have to deal with snowfall totals from time to time, and today is one of those days; it’s really an excellent day to binge watch Christmas movies and bake Christmas cookies.

Snow will fall today and into tomorrow morning in Western New York, and it really depends on where you live for how much you get. However, unlike most times, living south of Buffalo won’t mean you get more. The opposite in fact.

According to WIVB, Niagara County and those well north of Buffalo could receive 4 inches of snow, while those around the City of Buffalo will get 2-3 inches. The totals drop south of Buffalo to 1-2 inches.

Then there’s the freezing rain and sleet. The further south you go, the more of that mixes in and could make for some very hazardous driving conditions in the southern tier and the Pennsylvania border, so drive extra carefully today and tonight.

As for the Bills game, the temperatures will be in the low 30’s with partly cloudy skies. There may be snow on the ground and some showers for tailgaters, but no snow showers are expected for game time between the Bills and Panthers at Highmark Stadium.

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