Winter Weather Advisory Issued For Western New York
The ride into work this morning might be an eventful one as Weather Weather advisories have been issued for parts of Western New York.
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The Winter Weather Advisories have been issued for Wyoming, Livingston, Ontario, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Allegany, and Southern Erie counties. Those areas could experience a mix of snow, sleet, rain, and ice.
The advisories will remain in place until 1 pm today and you should plan on giving yourself some extra time heading into work or school if you live in one of those counties.
Now if you are not a big fan of snow, the weather will make a drastic turn from today to tomorrow. We will see a huge warm-up for Thursday with a possible high near 70.
Then after Thursday, we will drop back to normal March/early April temperatures. We will a high of 40 on Friday, 45 on Saturday, and almost 50 on Sunday.
The Winter has been a snowy one here in Western New York. So far this past Winter, Buffalo has gotten 95.2 inches of snow which is around 3 inches higher than normal for this time of the year. It has been much snowier than last year when Buffalo only got around 78 inches of snow during the Winter.
With its 95.2 inches of snow so far, Buffalo is currently in the lead for the "Golden Snowball" award given to the snowiest cities in New York. Currently, Buffalo has a 10 inch lead over Rochester for the lead. Syracuse is in 3rd with 73 inches of snow, followed by Binghamton with 66 inches and Albany with only 33 inches of snow.
Fingers crossed we are done with snow for 2022.